The present council seem more intent on blighting people's lives, especially those who are trying to brighten up the area.
Corfu Street looks absolutely delightful, a real oasis in a desert of grey, and all credit to the residents of this little cul-de-sac.
To the spokesman from the council who said: "placing items across the highway is an offence and could constitute an obstruction", does he know anyone who can walk through a brick wall?
I would also suggest he looks in the dictionary, which states "Highway – a much-frequented public road, a way open to all".
MRS J McLARTY
I LIVE in Seacombe overlooking the river and have some great views of Liverpool and the Mersey.
I have noticed a large number of senior council patrol officer also admiring the view, their vans on the waterfront for hours on end.
A COUNCIL TAXPAYER
I AM writing regarding the new memorials which have been unveiled in Hamilton Square.
Those who died in the service of our country deserve to be remembered. I believe the 99 men who died when the Birkenhead-built submarine Thetis sank while on trials on Liverpool Bay in 1939 should also be remembered with a memorial.
Apart from small nameplates on the steps of St Mary's Church, which is not easily accessible, there is no memorial to these men.
Twenty-five of the men were employees of Cammell Laird and lived locally, there were also 59 Royal Navy personnel, a Mersey River Pilot and 15 others, including a navy diver, who were lost in the rescue attempt.
There are still relatives who live locally and would appreciate somewhere to pay their respects.
If any cost is incurred I am sure Cammell Laird could be approached for a donation and of course Merseytravel.
I hope there are other people who feel as I do on this matter.