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Tarves Community Council – Tuesday 12th January 2016

Tarves Community Council


Tuesday 12th January 2016 at Tarves School at 7.00 pm

  1. Apologies

  2. Police Report

  3. Declaration of Members interests

  4. Minutes of previous meeting

  5. Barthol Chapel Matters

  6. Matters Arising

  7. Local member’s Report

  8. Committee Reports

  9. Roads, Paths and Signs

  10. Matters Outstanding

11 Planning Matters

12a Correspondence

12b AOCB

Next meeting (prov) – Tuesday 9th February 2016 in Tarves School at 7.00pm.

Community Council meetings are always open to the public.

2 comments to Tarves Community Council – Tuesday 12th January 2016

  • steve mccraith

    Are there plans to clear the flooded Tarves to Pitmedden road? It has been closed a considerable amount of time despite lack of rain and is causing a lot of disruption & extended travel times. Also alternative routes are untreated icy back roads. Regards Steve McCraith

    • The Council are unable to drain the road until the water levels in the fields go down. The pipes are running free but are inadequate to deal with the volume of water quick enough. The Council have told the Community Council and Local Councillors that pumping was investigated but would not make any discernable difference worth the effort. It is also impractical pumping the distances involved.

      There will need to be solutions found after the event. However, the diversion is OK according them and they are monitoring the levels. The moment it is safe for all users they say it will be re-opened. HGVs can now use it at their own risk. Cars are not permitted and could still be booked according by the Police.