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Dear East Riding of Yorkshire Council,

Do you have a policy for formal complaints regarding obstruction and diverting of public rights of way.

Please explain the process including times for each stage.

Yours faithfully,

Mr K Hurd

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Freedom of Information, East Riding of Yorkshire Council

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Dear Mr Hurd

Further to your recent request for access to information, please see the
attached letter.
Kind Regards,
Freedom of Information

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Freedom of Information, East Riding of Yorkshire Council

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Dear Mr Hurd

Further to your recent request for access to information within the
Freedom of Information Act, please see the attached letter.

Kind regards,

Freedom of Information

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