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Skeffling Parish Council

Agenda

 

For meeting to be held on 6th February 2001

 

 1.   Minutes of meeting held on 17th January 2001

 2.   Matters Arising

 3.   Parish Council Accounts & Finances

a)  Accounts

b)  Election of signatories

 4.   Village Hall

 5.   Flood Defences

 6.   Speed Limit on Main Road

 7.   Acceptance Forms

 8.   Any Other Business

 

Skeffling Parish Council

Minutes

 

Minutes of Meeting held on 6th February 2001

 

Those present:  Cllr. M. Turnbull Chairman

Cllr. M. Hall Vice Chairman

Cllr. E. D. Denman

Cllr. S. Rollinson

Cllr. R. Newsam

Cllr. J. F. Robinson

Cllr. P. A. Payne

 

Minutes of meeting held on 17th January 2001

 

The minutes of the meeting were read by the Chairman and agreed as being an accurate account.

Proposed:   Cllr. M. Hall

Seconded:  Cllr. S. Rollinson

Vote: Carried unanimously

 

Matters arising

The matter of Acceptance Forms were queried.  The clerk had made copies of the forms from the Guide to Parish Clerks on Election Procedures booklet, and these were ready for signature.

 

Council accounts and finances

The Chairman presented up to date accounts of Council Finances for the years 1997/1998, 1998/1999, and 1999/2000.  Copies of these were given to Councillors.

 

There was a query from a member of the Parish regarding the Kilnsea/Easington Village Hall Fund. The sum of £1,600 was deposited in the Parish Council current account on 16th March 1995.  On 30th September 1995 a cheque in the sum of £1,570 was issued to Mr Howard Newsam in payment for work done to the Village Hall.  This included plumbing in of toilets, hand basins, and various repairs to the Village Hall.

 

Signatories

It was agreed that the new signatories for the Parish Council will be as follows:-

 

1. Nominated:  Cllr. M. W. Turnbull, Chairman

Proposed:   Cllr. J. F. Robinson

Seconded:  Cllr. S. Rollinson

Vote:  Carried unanimously

 

2. Nominated:  Cllr. M. W. Hall, Vice Chairman

Proposed:   Cllr. P. Payne

Seconded:  Cllr. E. D. Denman

Vote:  Carried unanimously

 

3. Nominated:  Cllr. E.D. Denman

Proposed:   Cllr. R. Newsam

Seconded:  Cllr. S. Rollinson

Vote: Carried unanimously

 

The above three councillors were elected as the official signatories of Skeffling Parish Council.

 

The   National   Savings  Interest  Account  was  signed  by  the  signatories  and  witnessed  by

Cllr. S. Rollinson, Cllr. R. Newsam, Cllr. J. F. Robinson.

 

Village Hall

The paperwork regarding the history of the Village Hall was given to Cllr. E. D. Denman for his information.  The papers to be returned to the Parish Clerk in due course.

 

Cllr. E. D. Denman reported on the meeting held on 31st January to discuss plans for the Village Hall.  A copy of these minutes were given to the Chairman.

 

A general meeting has been called for 15th February at 7 p.m. to elect a committee for the Village Hall.  All residents of the village to be notified.

 

Flood Defences

After a detailed discussion it was agreed that the condition of dykes and drains in the village was a priority matter.  Following further flooding in Church Lane at the weekend, urgent action must be taken to rectify the situation.  Specific details of problems in the village will be gathered and a special meeting, to include Yorkshire Water, East Riding Council and the Environment Agency, be arranged.  This will take the form of a Public Meeting.

 

The Council will convene a special meeting on 20th February at 7 p.m. in the Village Hall to collate the information and decide on a date for the Public Meeting.

 

Speed Limit on Main Road, Skeffling

Following a serious car accident at the junction of Chapel Lane and Main Road, it was suggested that a reduction in the speed limit would be of benefit to the village.  A draft letter is to be written, and support has been offered by Paula Danby of Traffic Management Section of OSD.

 

It was also agreed that a letter of thanks be written to Mr Mike Peak of the Highways Department, for his prompt action in replacing street signs following the accident.

 

Acceptance Forms

The Acceptance Forms were duly signed and witnessed by councillors.  These will be forwarded to the Returning Officer.

 

Any Other Business

Cllr. S. Rollinson brought up the matter of The Piggeries, Winsetts Road.  Three residential caravans have been introduced to this address, and there is some dispute as to whether the owners of the land have the necessary licence for this as the land is not a residential caravan site.  It has proved impossible to approach the caravans as dogs keep visitors away.  It was suggested that a letter be sent to the Borough Council informing them of the situation.

 

It was also raised that barns have been erected on Connor's farm without planning permission being applied for.  The farm also covers a local carriageway thereby denying right of use to the public.

 

Date of next meeting:  6th March 2001

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