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Tarves Community Council -21st Feb – Agenda

Tarves Community Council


 Tuesday 21st February 2012

Tarves Primary School, 7.00pm

  1. Police Report
  2. Hearing regarding Yowlie Energy’s Plans for 4 Wind Turbines at Douglashead/Little Ythsie; – submissions from interested parties; – 15 mins combined max time.

  3. Housing at Duthie Road site; – Discussion with Bancon Homes representative.

  1. Apologies
  2. Minutes of previous meeting

  3. Barthol Chapel Matters

  4. Matters Arising

  5. A.C. Local Member’s Report

  6. Committee Reports

  7. Roads, Paths and Signs

  8. Matters Outstanding

  9. Planning Matters

  10. Correspondence

  11. AOCB

1 comment to Tarves Community Council -21st Feb – Agenda

  • David Ramsbotham

    We need to get the Government onside, as well as local councils and others, if we are going to stop these wind turbines being built.

    Are you disillusioned by rising electricity prices, over dependence on the “green” dream [especially uneconomical and inefficient wind farms] and the destruction of our countryside then please register your objection to the Government by GOOGLING “E-PETITION 22958” and following the link.

    Please pass this message on to Councillors, members of your community and anyone else you know to persuade them to sign up too. If you are really concerned about wind turbines please write a letter promoting this petition to your community newsletters and the Editors of your local newspapers.