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Menstrie Community Council
Agenda for meeting held on Tuesday 12th May 2015 at 7.00pm
- Apologies, appointments, resignations
- Approval of minutes of 10th March 2015
- Matters arising from minutes
- Treasurer's report
- Community police report
- Councillors' reports
- Menstrie Matters
- Community Woodland
- Community Garden
- School Community Sports Project
- Gala and fete update
- Funding applications
- Any other business
- Date & time of next meeting: Tuesday 9th June 2015
No meeting was held on Tuesday 14th April 2015.
Police Constable Johnny McRitchie had supplied a report.
Fete Week and Gala Day 2015
Fete Week starts on June 7th.
See the calendar for a first look at the list of events scheduled.
Message from Councillor Les Sharp, May 2015
As well as urging us to take active part in the Community Council's forthcoming Fete Week and Gala (or even better, helping out on the day) he notes the imminent extension of the footpaths in Menstrie Wood as far as Blairlogie, completing the Hillfoots Way.
Temporary road closure: Long Row, Menstrie
This would affect Long Row, Menstrie from its junction with Laurelbank westwards for a distance of 50 metres or thereby (ref: TC387DC 5-6-1123)
The period of closure to vehicular traffic is from 0800 hours on Monday 1st June 2015 until 1630 hours on Tuesday 2nd June 2015.
The temporary closure is required for installation of sewer connection.
A diversion route goes via Long Row, School Lane and vice versa.
Hospital bus services H1, H2
The H1 and H2 bus services are safe and will continue to run until March 2018. From 3rd January 2015 it will be serviced by the company to win the current tendering process. The same timetable, route and type of bus will be used. It is hoped that by March 2018 a new service will have been created in conjunction with NHS Forth Valley, Clackmannanshire Council, the private and voluntary sectors. The group's local and rural service will link with the service provided by NHS Scotland from Shillinghill in Alloa.
Help prevent crime
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Crimestoppers web site
where you may fill in a special form on-line.
Crimestoppers guarantee complete anonymity:
No-one can find out who gives information about crime by this method.
Or, contact Crimestoppers Scotland on 0800 555 111.
More minutes in Menstrie
To find out what concerns Menstrie-dwellers, and what's happening about it, take a look at the minutes of the Community Council.
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