Penally Community Council news

By Paul Evans   |   Content editor   |
Sunday 3rd July 2022 6:11 pm
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At the recent meeting of Penally Community Council, following the co-option process, members were advised that five applications had been received from persons wishing to be considered for co-option to the council, with three vacancies.

All five applications were considered by Councillors and a vote was taken, with all applicants to be advised of the Council’s resolution.

A planning notice had been received from Pembrokeshire County Council advising that a planning application (22/0010/PA Flemish Heights) had been conditionally approved.

Concerns had been raised regarding the lifting of the black safety matting in the two play parks, with Clr. Phil Kidney to advise PCC’s officers on the matter.

It was reported that several hedges were in need of cutting back, with Clr. Kidney stating that he would communicate with PCC regarding the cutting schedule.

It was reported that all the celebratory events held over the Jubilee Bank Holiday were well attended and enjoyed by all.

It was agreed that the ‘litter pick station’ can be re-located in the village.

Black refuse bags are being left at the end of school lane for collection by the County Council. These are not being collected and ripped apart by seagulls spilling the contents in the road, with members of the public clearing such up. The Council is to monitor the situation and report back at the July meeting.

There was good news as following a discussion and consideration of all persons interviewed for the post of a new Clerk and Responsible Finance Officer, Clr. Neal proposed that the Council offer the position to the preferred candidate and not re-advertise the position.

Clr. Snow seconded he proposal with a majority vote in favour of such.


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