MINUTES OF A FULL MEETING OF YATTON KEYNELL PARISH COUNCIL
Monday August 3rd 2015
Present: Cllr. J. Skinner, Cllr. S. Hayward, Cllr. C. Grainger, Cllr. F. Plowman and Becci Plowman (Clerk)
Apologies: Cllr. A. Parker (Chair), Cllr. K Jones, Cllr. M. Hayward, Cllr. J. Scott, Cllr. M. Crookall & Cllr. M Green
Also Present: 7 Members of the public
1. PUBLIC GALLERY
Following the July meeting, two more traffic accidents have happened on the Biddestone crossroads, as Cllr. Scott was not present at this month’s meeting, this will be reported back to her, in order to have Wiltshire council look into the layout of the crossroads.
The parish council had received an email from a resident who lives in Church Farm, regarding the potential of having the road adopted. As it stands there is an invitation for the person/people concerned to come to the next meeting to discuss this matter in a public forum.
2. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE
Cllr. A Parker, Cllr. K Jones, Cllr. M Hayward, Cllr. J Scott, Cllr. M Crookall and Cllr. M Green
3. REGISTER OF INTERESTS
4. MINUTES OF THE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING HELD ON July 6th 2015
Signed by Cllr. J Skinner
5. REGISTER OF ACTIONS
At the time of the meeting, the council were still waiting for a quote about the removal of the trees behind the surgery.
The playground in Clarks Leaze is due its annual inspection in September.
A member of the team from the Cotswold Group is currently looking into the issue of the footpath alongside the Manor in Yatton Keynell.
The council are now looking into companies or individuals who have experience in refurbishing phone boxes in order to finish the work to the phone box in the village.
Victoria Moloney from Wiltshire Council will be emailed for an update on the fishing lake planning application.
3 cheques were signed
JCBS £474.00 Clerk’s wages £149.12 and Southern Electric £18.86
8. COUNCILLORS QUESTIONS AND ITEMS FOR FUTURE MEETINGS
Following the passing of a resident at Hunters Moon, staff had got in contact with the council to request if they could plant a tree in memory of the resident by the duck pond. This was agreed by the council, providing it was in keeping with the area. Cllr. Skinner will feed this back to them.
The results for the recent metro count surveys were discussed, and as a result, the council are putting another notice in the Honeycomb to seek people to participate in a community speed watch programme based on the advice from Wiltshire council.
Meeting closed 19:35
Next meeting September 7th.