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17 September 2013
- Darren Mayor, Gwynoro Roberts.
- Chair welcomed David Knight local supervisor from Highways based in Llanfyllin:
- Lots of budget cuts have reduced service.
- Only 8 men in the team.
- Main depot in Welshpool.
- David answered questions from councillors.
- Explained why new patches of tar had not been sealed.
- He is available in the office from 7.30 am to 9.00 am.
- Hugh thanked him for attending the meeting.
- Matters arising from minutes from 20 September:
- Awaiting reply from painters for painting toilets.
- Questionnaire re day centres has been completed and sent off.
- Co-option of Phil Morgan as councillor took place.
- Payment of toilet cleaning to Llywela Lewis agreed.
- Donations continue to be received.
- Estimate for hedge cutting by playing field and Melangell car park is £135:
- Clerk to be notified before work is undertaken.
- Citizens Advice Newton requested a donation:
- Llanfyllin library:
- Llanfyllin Town council agreed to raise their contribution to £8K.
- Local community councils asked to contribute pro rata.
- Llangynog asked to contribute £423.
- J Eilbeck felt the library was of value to the community and proposed that we pay this amount for the year.
- Seconded by I Davies & G Evans, all agreed.
- Letter received from Glyn Davies:
- Giving notice of a meeting concerning border changes.
- Letter from Russell George:
- Expressing concern over possibility of transferring A & E services to Telford and asking communities to respond to consultation when it is available.
- He also asked for support for the day centres for the elderly which are under threat from Powys council.
- Meeting regarding this will take place at New Inn on Weds Oct 26.
- Rateable value of public conveniences and car park has been produced by private company £1,900:
- Clerk to contact the company to notify them that the car park is not the responsibility of the Council.
- Letter from Chris Lloyd:
- Re interactive sign which should have been relocated to Llangynog.
- Awaiting refurbished signs.
- Web site bill £68.19 (purchase of name and hosting site fees):
- New lock needed for notice board:
- Clerk to ask Idris to replace.
- Village Workshops:
- Hugh Williams reported back on his meeting at Llandrindod with council officials.
- Planning permission for bunkhouse has been withdrawn.
- Agreed to write to Welsh Assembly regarding poor reception in Village.