John Thomson, Gordon Brown, Keith Crichton, Sam Andrew, Ian Massie, David Leslie, Colin Taylor, Dick Reville, Jim
EmmaCameron(minutes sec), and one member of the
LindaMackie(Sec.) and Councillor
of Previous Meeting (20th
were proposed for approval by Ianand seconded by Gordon, with all members in agreement.
Lights – The formal hand over of the lights has not yet been confirmed.
Site – No further funding for screening.
Homes – Work has started on tiding up the open areas at Oakwood Park.
Development. - Bobsubmitted comments in time, but did not have them to
hand for this meeting, will supply copy at next meeting.
Plan – Confirmation of CC objections was sent in and a confirmation of receipt was received.No timetable is yet available.
Bins – Gordonto continue to monitor Tree
Roadand report to
Walk – Ianto take care of the fencing, it was suggested a “kissing
gate” for opposite the Kirk.The area would benefit from an
official exit sign.An A4 Laminated sign is a possibility to
discourage users from exiting onto B999 beside Old Manse.
Matters (no Police present)
which are awaiting repair have been parked long term in The Square. They are, however, taxed and MOT’d and
as a result the Police are not keen to pursue this despite one not having an engine. Residents have been
complaining to various members. To avoid this in the future it was suggested that a sign “No Commercial
Vehicles Parked Overnight” be displayed in the square.Bobto look into the possibility of this.
new village signs are good; however, the 30mph signs have been placed too near to the village on the West
side coming from St
Katherine’s.This needs to be addressed quickly as cars are approaching the village too quickly. Bobto follow this up. The village boundary has now been
extended to include the old Shop, yet the new signs have moved the opposite direction.
Committee of 8 is being formed to examine the possibility of using the Kirk as a multi-purpose facility.
are being made for Flower Tubs for Barthol Chapel.
up to Committee possibility of June 2004. Letter from Community Association not received by CC yet.
Report (postponed till next meeting)
Crossroads is still requiring addition road markings.Possible
shortage of give way signs.
Court– Paulto discuss at next meeting.
Shelter – No response.Paulto discuss at next meeting.
– Nothing known.Concern has been expressed over the state of
the Bakery.As the bakery is in the Conservation Area the owner
is duty bound to keep it in a reasonable state of repair.Failing
this the Council have the powers to take further action.
Lights – The lights in the Square are still intermittent.Bobhas sent an Email and it is understood someone has been
out to look at the lights.
– Do not have the details of how far things have progressed.It
is understood that they have spoken with a local contractor but no further information known.Colinto find out.
at the bridge on the approach to Tarves are to be replaced in the new budget year; hopefully this should be
of Appeal – Samsuggested a sub-committee be formed to
discuss the issues contained in the document.Samvolunteered along with Bob, Dickand David.Bobto arrange a date and time.The document needs to be replied to by July 04.
DavidMurray, Architect – discussing housing
requirements in Tarves. Members may be invited to discuss the principal of housing on Sites included in
finalised ALP, Bobto check with Lindaand Paul. 1/6/04may be a suitable date.
Rural Funding – Meeting attended by John.
Paths and Signs
Road20mph limit – Paulto update at next meeting.
in the road at the bottom of Tolquhon Castle road, just up from the junction with B999.A member of the public brought up the issue of traffic speed on this road together with the hazard of
no passing places.Bobto follow this up with BillLennoxat A.C.
Steading– Application to include dormer and access roof space. No concerns expressed by members present.
Brae – Outline app. for1 house within Conservation Area and village boundary. Site now smaller due to
boundaries being marked wrongly on original plans.Temporary
road through field now proposed for delivering building materials etc. to the site.Still no details of drainage.No details regarding
reinstating temporary road area once house has been completed.Members
and Neighbours still have concerns re access and removal of trees, hedging and prominence on the elevated
site and lack of detail.
tackling antisocial behaviour.
is no funding for a high fence requested by a resident to protect the private garden adjacent to the play
area in Tolquhon
should report any dog fouling incidents to the Dog Warden directly.
of next meeting is Tuesday
20th June 2004at
are always open to the public.