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Canal and River Trust User Group Meetings for East Midland Waterways. Northern user group Meeting.

16/03/2010 Illegal Fishing at Bardney Contacted the EA about illegal fishing

04/10/2011 Visitor moorings

A map / list of all the visitor moorings proposed by users. This will be used when funding becomes available to install new visitor moorings.

04/10/2011 Lincoln Residential Moorings - Lights This issue has now been resolved.

13/03/2012 Weed

Thank you to all those who have informed us about the location of weed around the waterway over the summer, especially to Shirley Rogers. Note with minutes: total expenditure on channel weed management since April 1st to date is £108,000

09/10/2012 Security at West Stockwith

Installed a new gate at West Stockwith.

09/10/2012 Bardney Lock Swingbridge and bollards

The swingbridge is to be removed to solve the issues at this lock. The timescale is to be confirmed. Works to include the removal of the lock-


side access ramp to aid access along lock edge.

09/10/2012 Trees and Reeds below stamp end

We had attempted to remove the reeds and weeds below Stamp End Lock but the EA had prevented the works being completed because of approvals required. Continue to progress this work.

09/10/2012 Fishing / Security at Torksey Moorings.

This issue is with the moorings team to resolve as part of a scheme to improve security and access to the visitor moorings down the back of the flood wall.

We will look into the logistics of moving the finger visitor moorings nearer the lock by checking the available space.

Moorings team.

09/10/2012 Leaking sewage at shireoaks pumpout The leak has now been fixed.

9/10/12 Attachment for taps at Lincoln

Post meeting note: Around 1150 water points were non-compliant with latest water regulations. Over 600 have already been modified or had new appliance fitted; remainder to be done by end of December. Just

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