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August 13, 2014

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Councillors: B. Arthur, J. Beach, P. Birch, A. Colburn,D. Dorsett, T. Duffy, P. Erasmus, M. Griffiths, M. Jones, G. Kaminaris, H. Mitchell,E. Morgan, T. Scales,  L. Tyler-Lloyd P. Whittaker
You are SUMMONED to the MONTHLY MEETING of MUMBLES COMMUNITY COUNCIL to be held on Tuesday 9 September 2014 at 7.00pm in the Council Offices, Walters Crescent, MumblesSteve HeydonClerk to the CouncilDated 3 September 2014

 

AGENDA
1. Attendance Register
2. Apologies for Absence
3. TO RECEIVE DISCLOSURES OF PERSONAL INTEREST FROM MEMBERS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT ADOPTED BY THIS COUNCIL ON 8TH APRIL 2008.
4. Minutes of the Monthly Meeting held on 12 August 2014

To approve the minutes of the Monthly Meeting held on 12 August 2014 as a correct record of the meeting

5. Clerk’s Report
6. Chairman’s Report
7. Planning ApplicationsTo consider the recommendations of the Planning Committee regarding applications for Weeks 32-35 inclusive

We see a report in the Evening Post, by Reporter Richard Youle that the development of  new shops and restaurants on the Mumbles seafront will start in January 2015.

The Commercial Director of Nextcolour Developments Ltd. Mr James Morse, the company behind the scheme, says that this is fantastic news for Mumbles. The estimated to cost of this development is around £ 3 to £4 million.

The report goes on to say that City and Community Cllr. Anthony Colburn states  that “he believed that the Mumbles community supported Oyster Wharf. The only concerns expressed were the loss of some parking on the seafront between the Tivoli and Boots, but it is hoped that it will be possible to arrange more parking at the quarry car park by making some small alterations.”

What does that really mean for the disabled drivers and passengers?  It is a long way from the Quarry car park to the shops.

(comment by the Editor, Let us hope that some other solution can be found for disabled parking).  Your comments please

The exhibition to commemorate 100 years of Dylan is on dispaly at the Oriel Bach gallery in Mumbles.

This exhibition, funded by Mumbles Community Council, was launched this week and runs until the 30th August .

Those present at the opening, were Cllr. Helen Mitchell, Chair of MCC, Jeff Towns, Sylvia Beale and Huw Davie. (see the picture and report in the Evening Post August 12th).