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By Tarvin Webteam - 19th July 2013 12:11pm
Have you ever wondered how to get things fixed?
How do you get a pothole repaired? How do you get graffitti removed? How do I get my refuse collected?
These are the everyday things that you pay for out of your Council Tax Bill and somehow if they don't get fixed or the service is not to your satisfaction - it ruins your day.
The Answer — you need to report it to Cheshire West and Chester Council (CWaC)
You can write, email (via their website), and, telephone, your complaint, concern, or, observation and they are obliged to fix it.
To make it easier to complain we have included in the CWaC Directory entry, under "Complaints," a link to the relevant page on their website. You will see there are a host of services you can complain about in the "Report It" section and all you have to do is click on the relevant "issue" and you can then send your complaint electronically.
Enter your email address and they will acknowledge it.
We have even included the complaints hotline for those of you who prefer to vent your complaints by telephone.
The moral of this story?
Make your complaints to CWaC via Tarvinonline and let us MAKE YOUR DAY!!
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