Parish Council Meeting Monday 23rd September

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The next Parish Council Meeting is on Monday 23rd September in the Edna Rose Room at the Community Centre starting at 7.15pm with an Open Forum. This an opportunity for members of the Public to make comment and raise questions. (allocated time is 15 minutes).

The full Agenda is available here

In addition to updates on locked gate at Top Farm, footpaths and Ridgeway parking, items of interest include.

Item 9. CW&C's proposed changes to its Enforcement Policy. This policy outlines how the Council will deliver the enforcement functions they have to carry out by law and include Benefit Fraud, Environmental Health, Highways, Licencing. Planning, Parking and Trading Standards professionals.

Item 10. The A51 Tarvin to Chester Improvement Scheme -consideration of two residents comments.

Item 15. Saxon Heath estate. Adoption and 20mph speed limit.

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