Civic and Community
A day in the life of a community council
This is a record of a typical day's business of a community council, as detailed by the clerk to the council.
The lists, detailing
the planning applications received by Powys County Council,
Planning Department arrive in the post today.
In the afternoon I type the Agenda for the next Community Council meeting to be held at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Hall on 3.10.02.
1. Apologies for absence
2. Minutes of last meeting
3. Matters arising from Minutes
a) Planning lists
b) Information Commissioner -Freedom of Information Act 2000
c) Powys C.C. -Powys: A Day in the Life
d) Powys C.C. -Plastic Recycling Facilities
e) Powys C.C. -Best Value Review, Concurrent Functions
5. Plans -PR596800 -Full- Construction of three
wind turbines, site access track, control building and temporary construction
compound at Pentre Tump, Llanfihangel-nant-Melan, New Radnor, Powys.
PR335401 -Full- Refurbishment and extension to existing property at Sherbourne, Old Gore, Walton, for Tarmac Western Ltd.
6. Statement of Account
7. Any other business
8. Date and venue for next meeting
These are then printed off on the computer. There are thirteen Community Councillors serving Old Radnor and the surrounding area. Each one has a copy of the Agenda and the Minutes from the previous meeting. Additionally, five copies are printed off to go on the local notice boards.
The post is sent first class and posted from Kington in time to catch the 5.30 p.m. collection.