Tarvin Methodist Church
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By Tarvin Webteam - 22nd November 2013 9:00am
The Agenda has been published on-line on the new Parish Council Website for the Parish Council Meeting next Monday 25th November which starts at 7.15pm as usual in the Edna Rose room in the Community Centre.
To view or download the agenda click here and select "Agenda".
The Agenda includes as usual an interesting number of items including:
Item 5 c: Bridleway
Confirmation regarding the status of the path close to Tarvin Community Woodland and information on its use by horse owners and others
Item 5d:Corporate Governance Review
Details of the changes to the Parish have now been agreed by CWaC and will move forward so that everything will be completed in time for the 2015 elections.
Item 8 :Planning Matters
There are currently seven planning applications for examination at the meeting under Item 8a and under item 8c there is information regarding an application from Hockenhull Hall Farms Ltd to extract water from the River Gowy.
Item 16 Draft Budget for the period 2014/15 will also be discussed
As usual members of the public are encouraged and welcome to attend Parish Council meetings, which include an Open Forum for members of the Public to make comments and raise questions
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