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"Yes I will agree with SGC. contractors were on site to clear the rubbish as the travellers left. But would it not have been a good idea for SGC before it gave out our hard earned taxes to check that the work was carried out. No wonder they are strapped for cash if they just give money "Anadrol 50" away.
Its now a week since the travellers left and there is no sign of any extra security. there are 4 large boulders inside the gate which would take 5 minutes at the most to move into place. I quick fix. To easy I think."
PRESSURE is being mounted on South Gloucestershire Council to install tougher security measures to prevent travellers from getting onto Yate Common in future.
Dog walkers Buy Cheap Jintropin Online and nearby residents say they have united since a group with eight caravans moved off the land at the weekend.
Lin Kendall, chairman of the Friends of Yate Common who lives opposite on St Briavel's Drive, said the site had been left in a mess since the travellers departed after nearly two weeks.
Mr Webb, who has been criticised for not reacting to people's concerns when the travellers moved onto the common, added: "Local people are understandably very angry as this could have been prevented. We are taking a very strong line on this with the council."
Cllr Sue Walker (Lib Dem, Anadrol 300 Yate Central) said: "This has happened before and in the past we have had to go to great Gensci Jintropin lengths to ensure "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" this problem is sorted.
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"Councils can't do anything because local people won't let them, they all say not in my back yard," she said. "But until councils do something these illegal encampments will continue."
South Gloucestershire Council said the common was cleaned as soon as the land was vacated, although residents say bags of rubbish are still on site.
"An on site meeting with a security contractor has been arranged to look at ways to increase gate security and any other reasonable preventative measures that will make illegal access to the common more difficult."