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Meldreth Parish Council


Extracts from Meldreth Parish Council's Annual General Meeting, held on 2nd May 2013. Parish Council General Meetings are required to be held annually to elect officers of the Council and participants of committees, sub committees and working groups for the coming year.


Apologies were received from Mr A P Burlton, otherwise all councillors were present. Mrs J Damant (Clerk), Councillor van de Ven and one member of the public were in attendance.


Elections


Mr S Hawkins and Mr R Searles were unanimously re-elected as Chairman and Vice-Chairman, respectively


Planning Committee: all existing members offered themselves for re-election and were duly unanimously re-elected. Mr D Stewart was elected as an additional member.


Working groups/key representatives and trustees: all existing members agreed to serve for the coming year and were duly unanimously elected.


For the full list of elected members please see pages 38-39. Mettle Hill


The purchase of the land was completed in April and full ownership lies with Meldreth Parish Council. A site meeting for all councillors was scheduled for 7th May. Insurance is also now the responsibility of the Council and 'Keep Out' signs will need to be erected due to the current hazardous condition of the site.


Village Meeting


This was scheduled for 23rd May in the Primary School. Clubs and associations who have been supported by the Council should provide a written report. Village organisations were also invited to showcase their activities by posting displays. However, a key feature of this meeting is for public participation regarding the future of the Mettle Hill land which now owned by the community.


County Councillor Report – Councillor Van de Ven  Some issues are still outstanding following the recent installation of new street lights in the village. These are being addressed by the contractors.


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