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Parish Council Meeting

A Parish Council meeting will be held at 7.30pm on 31st July 2014

AGENDA

1. Apologies for absence

2. Declarations of interest

3. Public Session

5. County & District Councillor’s Reports

6. Minutes of previous meetinG

7. Matters arising from the Minutes

8. Traffic Calming

9. Affordable Housing

10. Planning

  • 36 houses at Coalpit Lane – to discuss the display held on 24th July

11. The Lychgate

12. Model Standing Orders

13. Finance

1. Bank Balance

2. Cheques for authorisation

  • EDF Energy – parish lighting
  • Primrose Garden Maintenance Ltd – grass cutting
  • SSM War Memorial Hall – hall rent
  • Broxap Ltd – climbing frame

14. Correspondence

15. Matters to report

16. Items for next Agenda

17. Date of next Meeting: Thursday, 4th September at 7.30pm in the Memorial Hall

 

Somerset Earth Science Centre

Wednesday 6 August  7.00 pm

Somerset Earth Science Centre

Moons Hill Quarry, Mendip Road, Stoke St Michael

We need your help

Over the past 2 years we have copied hundreds of photographs of local quarries and quarrymen. We need your help to identify the people in the photos and date them.      Please join us in a slide show of these amazing photographs dating  back over a century.

Tea and cakes      FREE event All welcome

further details, Quarry Faces project team:

Robin Thornes 01373 836571 or Ruth Worsley 01761 232898

 

Brief Notes from the Parish Council meeting 19th June 2014

 

  1. A short public session with an update on Somerset’s plan to carry out a safety survey on the traffic calming. With the absence of Cllr Ham there is no further news regarding the scope or dates of such an investigation. It will be close to the twelve months settling in period this summer.
  2. The council have to ascertain weather Mendip still have a dog warden. There are concerns about dogs running free on the community field.
  3. The council will contact landowners who have indicated there may be offers for affordable housing.
  4. New standing orders are still to be discussed. For instance, the council will have to look at time limits on certain agenda items including the public session.
  5. There were no planning issues this month.
  6. The parish council will give the memorial hall a £1000 grant for work on the gents toilets.
  7. Cheques were authorised for play bark, daily Lychgate cleaning, clerk’s salary, clerk’s expenses, grass cutting, the burial clerk’s salary. The climbing frame invoice is to be queried as amounts to do not tally with the contract.
  8. Cllr Johnston has been to a national conference on playing fields. He will report on the advice gained at this meeting and the possible impact on our own field scheme. Paul Green is to help with this.
  9. We have help with a new website design. Thanks to Jenny Batson for this development.
  10. We have the offer of a generous grant to replace trees on the green in St Michael’s Close. Heather Holman will pay for two trees to be planted this autumn. Cllr Johnston will contact all the residents there and ask what kind of trees they would prefer.
  11. The lengthsman’s job is to be advertised. Contact for details of this “odd job” vacancy: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 
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