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Green Bin Collection Issues

Green Bin Collection Issues

Missed bins for Monday 16th January 2017.

When the North Sea growls Boston holds its breath

When the North Sea growls Boston holds its breath

It held its breath again on Friday - ominously Friday the 13th - as tide and wild wind collaborated to menace and threaten.

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Six public toilets now available in Boston town centre

Six public toilets now available in Boston town centre

The number of public toilets in Boston town centre has doubled to six following the launch of a community toilet scheme making some shop loos availabl...

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Blueprint for better Boston transport network

Blueprint for better Boston transport network

Major new roads, better public transport and improved facilities for cyclists and pedestrians are all included in a new vision for Boston's transport ...

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Bid for top-flight maternity services in Boston

Bid for top-flight maternity services in Boston

Borough councillors have pledged to give every support to keep consultancy-led maternity services in Boston, and has recommended a task group be set u...

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Have your say on council finances

Have your say on council finances

Boston Borough Council: Proposed council tax increase 2.86 per cent

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Flooding concerns lead to new homes rejection

Flooding concerns lead to new homes rejection

Objectors to plans for 215 new homes on more than 24 acres of agricultural land off Middlegate Road at Frampton packed the committee room at Boston Bo...

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Leverton toilets consultation

Leverton toilets consultation

Funding to keep public toilets at Leverton open is being withdrawn by Lincolnshire County Council. But Boston Borough Council is looking into ways to ...

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New war museum set to open next month

New war museum set to open next month

The borough is set to have a new museum of national importance. If there are no unexpected delays the Second World War living history museum will open...

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Boston's public toilets: Double the number?

Boston's public toilets: Double the number?

A Community Toilet Scheme could soon be launched in Boston, doubling the number of loos available to the public in the town centre.

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£1.3 million boost to help the most at-risk rough sleepers across Lincolnshire

£1.3 million boost to help the most at-risk rough sleepers across Lincolnshire

Life-changing support will be offered to the most vulnerable and entrenched rough sleepers across Lincolnshire - thanks to a successful county-wide bi...

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Community orchard for Burgess Pit

Community orchard for Burgess Pit

A daily visitor to Boston's Burgess Pit was first to discover a budding fruit orchard which had appeared overnight.

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Find out how technology can help your business

Find out how technology can help your business

Boston College is to host a morning session for businesses to explore the impact of technology.

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FREE course for budding businesses

FREE course for budding businesses

Free places are on offer to those new to business in the Boston area.

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Scruffy building: Owner hit with big fine

Scruffy building: Owner hit with big fine

The owner of a Boston property has been ordered to pay £1,379 after failing to comply with an order from Boston Borough Council to renovate the buildi...

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Devon and Cornwall deputy to be Lincolnshire's new police

Devon and Cornwall deputy to be Lincolnshire's new police

Lincolnshire Police and Crime Panel has today recommended to Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, that his proposed appointment o...

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Council tax support scheme 2017/18

Council tax support scheme 2017/18

Members of Boston Borough Council's Cabinet have voted for no change to the current Council Tax Support scheme in 2017/18.

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