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Meeting of Cutcombe Parish Council to be held on Tuesday 18th September 2018 at 7.30 pm in the Moorland Hall

AGENDA

  1. Public Question Time
  2. Apologies for Absence
  3. Declarations of interest
  4. To approve the minutes of the meeting held on 17th July 2018 and the meeting held on 23rd August 2018 and any matters arising
  5. Reports from District and County Councillors
  6. Planning Applications:
    1.      6/8/18/108 Lower House Farm – Proposed side extension and rebuild of front porch
    2.      6/8/18/107 Higher Putham – Change of use of clinic to holiday accommodation - To retrospectively record a comment of “Fully Supported” submitted on 01/08/2018
    3.      Other Planning Matters
  7. County: Winter Highways' Budget Cuts
  8. To agree response to LGA Green Paper on Adult Social Care and Wellbeing
  9. Local Policing
  10. To consider highways and transport matters and an update from SIDS Working Party
  11. To discuss audio recording of future meetings
  12. Finance:
    1. To pay the Moorland Hall £62 for April (£28.25), July (£22.50) and August (£11.25) room hire and to retrospectively approve payment of invoice for 25 pence added to July payment for room hire
    2. To pay Somerset Association of Local Councils £55 for GDPR training course on 22 May (£25) and Clerks Training Part 1 on 5 September (£30).  Also to retrospectively approve the booking of Clerks Training Part 1, and to approve booking of Clerks Training Parts 2 and 3 in October and November
    3. To pay Water 2 Business £157.01 for toilet water bill February to August, and to discuss direct debit for future payments
    4. To pay Countrywide Grounds Maintenance £1,148.40 for grass cutting playing fields in July
    5. To pay Clerks salaries and expenses – Marlene Allinson £372.20 and £101.39; Nic Kemp £668.32 and £66.92
    6. To pay HMRC £143.20 tax due
  13. Correspondence and meetings
    1. Clerk’s report on correspondence received and meetings attended
    2. Councillors report on correspondence received and meetings attended
  14. Items for the next Agenda

Members are reminded that the Council has a general duty to consider the following matters in the exercise of any of its functions: Equal Opportunities (race, gender, sexual orientation, marital status and any disability), Crime and Disorder, Health and Safety, and Human Rights.    

 

 

N J Kemp, Parish Clerk

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