All present signed the attendance sheet
Lianne, David and Lynne Horsley, Kai Davies.
Chairman welcomed all, and apologised for lack of heating, which was beyond our control.
Two police officers attended the meeting.
Secretary had received no further news re the unused building plots from the Welsh Government other than an acknowledgment. He had therefore contacted Ken Skates once more to this end, and we continue to await reply.
Report of dog off lead Ysgol T. Gwyn Jones, Coed Coch Road and Heenan Road improving, and cameras at Station Road and Queens Road. Signs placed Gernant Estate. One offence recorded Queens Road, enquiries continuing. 4 complaints received re dog fouling in February and 1 dog control complaint.
Talks are to commence in local schools at last, and preparations underway for the poster competition to be conducted. Talks continue to take place at Community Centres, etc.
Keep Wales Tidy are organizing a Litter Pick for Saturday, 6th April 2019. We will meet at 10:00am at Min y Don Park to this end. Volunteers to inform Secretary of intention to attend in order that we may organize sufficient equipment.
Concerns re eastern end of the promenade. These are listed as “high risk” at Conwy County Borough Council. David Jones MP is working hard with the relevant stake holders and Chris Grayling, Minister of State for Transport has replied to him to the effect that this is not a matter for Central Government, but the Welsh Government, local authorities and stakeholders like Network Rail. Talks are ongoing but it is not yet determined what cost each should contribute. Recent video of the effect of storms have been forwarded to Conwy County Borough Council by Cllr. Cossey which illustrate the vulnerability of this area.
Tenders are in for re-vamping the pier.
No further news. Christmas Fair planning for this year continues however.
No further news. In residence with work in area.
As in (3) Police report, above.
Cllr. Bob Barton continues with his project and gave an update of his report at the last meeting. Training had occurred on 8th March 2019. Each costs £1,500 and require servicing. Councillors are using their Ward Allowances and funds are available from B.I.D., Achub Calon and Welsh Ambulance.
No further news
Andy Birch, Graffiti Artist is to undertake.
97 Unique Visitors
None. Meeting closed 8:10pm. Next meeting 10th April 2019