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PUBLISHED: 12:13 07 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:28 06 May 2010

SIR, — Is closing Barley Mow Lane really the answer (Herts Advertiser, July 24 and 31) or is it just compensating for a system which is broken? If there is so much trouble in the area then there should be a large police presence. No, they are more than li

SIR, - Is closing Barley Mow Lane really the answer (Herts Advertiser, July 24 and 31) or is it just compensating for a system which is broken? If there is so much trouble in the area then there should be a large police presence. No, they are more than likely too busy harassing normal car drivers.

The youths think that they can get away with murder because they can!

DAVID THURSTON,

Lavender Crescent, St Albans.

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