More Taxicard journeys for Disabled people in Harrow
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To the members of Harrow Council, with the support of The Mayor Councillor Kareema Marikar, we ask you to reconsider the amount of Taxicard journeys you have given to Disabled residents of Harrow (40, per annum). The number given does not even equate to one return journey every two weeks. We ask to have the same amount of journeys as surrounding boroughs, such as Barnet and Hillingdon, who currently offer 104 journeys per annum to their Disabled residents. This is NOT a party political issue, this is a MORAL PROBLEM.
The following people support the idea of increasing the amount of Taxicard journeys given:
We will bring this petition to the council and hope to change their way of seeing things and therefore the amount of Taxicard journeys Disabled people recieve. This situation needs to be discussed, analysed and amended accordingly. We have a better chance of doing this if this petition receives as many signatures as possible. If this matter is escalated, your support will be vital in making a change. PLEASE SIGN.
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