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Calderdale

(ˈkɔːldəˌdeɪl)
n
(Placename) a unitary authority in N England, in West Yorkshire. Pop: 193 200 (2003 est). Area: 364 sq km (140 sq miles)
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It is technically a Calderdale Council road but when the Examiner asked why the problem had not been resolved after all this time, council chiefs claimed it was due to a problem "outside of Calderdale's control."
Last month Calderdale Council introduced a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) in areas of the countryside to prohibit the lighting of fires, barbecues, sky lanterns or anything that causes a fire risk.
At the November 2018 inquest into her death in January last year, Senior Coroner Martin Fleming, urged Calderdale Council to act faster to prevent any more deaths from the historic bridge.
ANEW employment hub aimed at helping unemployed young people get a start in working life is being created by Calderdale Council and partners.
Brighouse and Rastrick councillors are exploring a way forward for the market after discussion at Calderdale Council Cabinet Markets Working Party.
People can have their say online via www.yourvoice.westyorks-ca.gov.uk and there will also be a series of a drop-in events where representatives from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Calderdale Council will be available to answer questions.
The petition urges rejection of a part of Kirklees Council's Local Plan which could see green belt space close to Kirklees Hall around Cooper Bridge roundabout near the M62 motorway developed as industrial space and asks the same of Calderdale Council.