Minutes 2013

JANUARY 2013 FEBRUARY 2013 MARCH 2013 APRIL 2013 ANNUAL MEETING MAY 2013 JUNE 2013 JULY 2013 AUGUST 2013 SEPTEMBER 2013 OCTOBER 2013 NOVEMBER 2013 DECEMBER 2013
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MEET THE COUNCIL CABINET MEMBERS

A report by Nino Williams, Evening Post 17th December tells us that on Thursday19th December a public consultation will take place at the West Cross Community Centre between 5pm and 7pm . This meeting  is where you will be able to discuss with cabinet members how the Swansea
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VISIT BY FORMER ARCHBISHOP

Lord Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury will be making his first return visit to his home parish of Oystermouth since retiring last year. On Sunday the 22nd December he and Lady Williams will be at All Saints Church, Mumbles where he will preach at a special service
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MUMBLES COMMUNITY COUNCIL FOOTS FESTIVE BILL

So the Evening Post reports on the 14th November! The Mumbles Community Council is helping to bring a festive feel to West Cross after agreeing to fund a £600 tree on the Village Green at Alderwood Road. The cost of the power supply by Western Power will be £603.73 and the
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SAVE THE COASTGUARD STATION GROUP

The Evening Post Reporter, Nino Williams reported that money donated to the Save the Swansea Coastguard station has been handedover to the lifesavers of RNLI. The efforts of the Save the Swansea Coastguard Station and the 100,000 people who signed a petition was in vain, the
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WATCH OUT THIEVES ARE ABOUT!

It has been reported that a  break-in was attempted in West Cross on Staurday night. Police were called out and three police cars attended. The reason for the 3 cars was because an elderly couple  lived in the house. Please be on the looked for any suspicious characters in the
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PHONE SCAMS TO LOOKOUT FOR

A message from the 50+ Group Dear Network member Age Cymru is receiving a growing number of complaints about companies that are “cold calling” and attempting to persuade people to pay for things they either aren’t entitled to and won’t get, or could sort out themselves for free.
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YOUR CHANCE TO RAISE ISSUES!

Swansea Council invites residents who want to raise issues with them to do that in a range of different ways. You can ask questions directly at Cabinet or at Council if they relate to items on the open part of the agenda. Residents can also bring petitions to the attention of the
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LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN next phase

This plan has recently been finished, according to the Swansea Leader 88 issue. after a country-wide consultation with residents on the latest stage in the creation of this important document. According to the preferred strategy, Swansea will need land for more than 16,000 homes
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SWANSEA LEADER issue 88

Have you read Issue 88 November 2013 yet? The front page suggests that you “Join the great debate on the future of city services”. Firstly, it advises that the Welsh Government has told the City Council that they can see a 3.1% reduction in funding which equates to
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