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Local residents to meet Railtrack
The North Mymms Residents' Association is to meet the area manager for Railtrack, Phil Heath, to discuss vandalism at Brookmans Park Station.
The meeting, to take place in November, has been arranged after Phil Heath contacted this site following concerns, expressed by residents and commuters, about the state of the station and local rail services.
Since the summer, Mr. Heath has kept up a regular correspondence with the Brookmans Park Newsletter responding to every issue raised and offering to meet local resident, 'any time', to talk about rail services.
He has increased patrols at the station and taken action when safety issues have been raised.
Such work has included securing cast-iron grating, which had been ripped up and thrown on the track, and repairing fences at the station.
Mr. Heath has also offered to respond directly to any concerns raised by locals about
conditions at the station and the services provided. A special e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
The meeting is not being made open to the public because of a limit on space. The room, which has been booked, can only hold a small number. However, if you want to raise a question with Mr Heath you can e-mail him directly at the above address or send your question to and it will be raised for you.
A report on the meeting will appear on this website immediately after it takes place.
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October 15, 1999