New public toilets will be introduced at the Station Square in Milton Keynes if an amendment is passed at tonight’s budget meeting, a news report in the local media has revealed.
Peter Ballantyne, of Milton Keynes Bus Users Group, had led calls for toilets to be installed in that location, and is quite happy that his pleas have finally been listened to.
He commented on the news: “I have sent emails to all three leaders of the political parties urging them to back this amendment. I have been campaigning for this for five years and at times it has been like watching paint dry. But this is a welcome start.”
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