January Community Council Meeting

Members of the local Fearnan community have expressed considerable concern about the increasing amounts of scrap and old vehicles that are being left in the village and around the wider area. There have also been complaints about problems caused by animals.

This subject will be on the agenda of the next meeting of the Glen Lyon and Loch Tay Community Council on 26th January 2017 at 7.30pm in the McLean Hall, Fearnan. The week before the CC meeting, Councillor Ian Campbell will be chairing a meeting of the agencies that have been working to address these problems with a view to finding a more robust, combined approach. There has been recent involvement by SEPA, Perth & Kinross Council Enforcement, PKC Animal Welfare, PKC Roads, and Police Scotland.

Members of the community are welcome to attend for part or all of the meeting, and a copy of the Community Council agenda appears below:

Glen Lyon & Loch Tay

Community Council Agenda for 26th January 2017

 in the McLean Hall, Fearnan at 7.30pm

  • Apologies
  • Minutes of previous meeting
  • Police Report
  • Tomdarroch/Culderbeg Monitoring
  • Roads: A827 lay-by Fearnan/Hill road signs/HGVs and Glen Lyon Pass – traffic lights?/Dalchiaran culvert
  • Phone boxes – Glen Lyon/Ben Lawers/Fortingall
  • Health & Safety – defibrillators
  • Fearnan War Memorial
  • Robert Campbell Cairn
  • Broadband – AB Internet/Lyon Internet/HPCP
  • Planning : On line survey/Weekly/Decision Lists/Recent apps
  • Finance:Travel expenses
  • Hall bookings
  • Correspondence received: Nominations for Royal Garden Party/Nominations for Scottish Civic Trust awards/Planning training for CCs May/June 2017/Low Carbon and Environmental Energy Assessment Workshop
  • AOCB
  • Next meeting – The Molteno Hall, Fortingall. March 9th. at 7.30p.m

 

About Fearnan Village Association

Fearnan Village Association was formed in 2007 to provide a means through which those who live in the village can come together to discuss and respond to issues of importance to the village, particularly those that will have an impact on our quality of life. We also organise social events, such as the very popular Pudding Night in February, Strawberry TeaZ in July, and other events and coffee mornings throughout the year.
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