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Chair Hugh Williams welcomed everybody including Phil Morgan prospective new councillor and Darren Mayer.

Minutes read and accepted.

  • Extraordinary meeting held on Sept 7 to discuss planning application for change of use to Village workshops:
    • Committee objected to proposals.
    • Planning application for Nant yr Angell proposals agreed.
    • Minutes read & accepted.

  • Matters arising:
    • Clerk had sent letters to Powys County Council regarding Community Council's views.
    • Discussion about response from Highways. Darren Mayor had voiced his concerns to representative.
    • Notice had not been displayed until Sept 13 so still opportunities for objections.
    • Meeting with Council executives is to take place on Monday 26 to discuss concerns.

  • Dumping of rubbish:
    • Darren Mayer had requested environmental health to inspect the site and is awaiting a reply.

  • J.Hughes' final payment due:
    • Passed for payment £655 (play field & cemeteries).

  • Clerk's bill salary - £300, expenses £24.18:
    • Passed for payment.

  • Public toilets cleaning bill £137.48 (2 months):
    • Passed for payment.

  • Estimate for painting toilets from H. Jones & Son ( Llansanffraid) £ 945:
    • Agreed to ask him to undertake the work .

  • Electricity bill for toilets £ 48.30:
    • Agreed to pay.

  • Bill for toilet rolls £140.40:
    • Agreed to pay.

  • Water bill of £1526.00 for 13 months has been paid.

  • Proposal for changes to parliamentary constituencies:
    • Representations should be made within 12 weeks.

  • Day time activities for older people:
    • Day centres under review.
    • One at New Inn on Wednesdays is under threat.
    • Clerk to fill in questionnaire.

  • Speeding monitor at Penybontfawr is not working:
    • When staff available to fix it it will be brought to Llangynog.

  • Police Crime Commissioner:
    • Letter read from Dafydd Llewelyn inviting the public to respond to his strategic plan.

  • Concerns expressed over state of the back road to Llanrhaeadr:
    • Darren Mayer will consult with highways.