Community Council notes March 2011

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KILLIN COMMUNITY COUNCIL
MINUTES OF MEETING
Tuesday 8th Mar 2011 In Killin Primary School 7.30pm


PRESENT P FARQUHARSON, F KENNEDY, S CHRISTIE
G FARMER, T FROST, G AITKEN


IN ATTENDANCE
OWEN McKEE. Cllr FFINCH



APOLOGIES A DOWLING




MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

APPROVED PROP T FROST 2nd G AITKEN



MATTERS ARISING



KILLIN SKIP IN THE SKIP AREA THERE ARE PLANS TO USE THE SITE AS A BOX DROP FOR THE BIN LORRIES



ROAD MAINTENANCE GRIT BINS WERE NOT REPLENISHED AS REQUIRED AS SEVERE WEATHER PUT EXTRA PRESSURE ON THE EXISTING SERVICES. ROADS OFFICERS ARE OF THE OPPINION THAT THE GRIT BINS IN THE AREA ADEQUATELY SERVED THE PUBLIC.
BALLECHROISK IS A PRIORITY 2 ROUTE AND IS USUALLY GRITTED ONCE THE PRIORITY 1 ROUTES ARE CLEAR. A GRIT BIN IS TO BE REQUESTED FOR THE ROAD TO THE SURGERY
THE FIRE STATION IS NOT AN ADOPTED ROAD THEREFOR IT CAN BE CLEARED FOR A PRICE ALTHOUGH THIS SERVICE HAS NEVER BEEN REQUESTED.
STIRLING COUNCIL IS A MEMBER OF TAYFORTH MACHINERY RING ALLOWING THEM ACCESS TO PLANT AND EQUIPMENT HELD BY LOCAL FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL SUPPLIERS AT PRE AGREED RATES ALONG WITH APPROPRIATE STANDARDS OF TRAINING OF OPERATORS PLUS INSURANCE. THIS ALLOWS LOCAL FARMERS AS WELL AS THEIR EXPERTISE TO ASSIST THE COUNCIL WITH WINTER WEATHER MAINTENANCE IF THEY ARE ALSO A MEMBER OF THE TAYFORTH MACHINERY RING, A MODEST FEE FOR MEMBERSHIP IS REQUIRED. THIS ALLOWS THE MEMBERS TO SHARE ALL SORTS OF EQUIPMENT.


PLAYPARK 3 FUNDING APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN MADE 2 UNSUCESSFUL
1 INVESTING IN IDEAS BECAUSE KILLIN HAD RECENTLY RECEIVED FUNDING FOR THE THRIFT SHOP
2 AWARDS FOR ALL AS THEY WILL NOT FUND A PROJECT WHICH IS ON LAND THAT IS LEASED OR OWNED BY SOMEONE ELSE IE STIRLING COUNCIL
3 SCOTTISH COMMUNITY FOUNDATION THE RESULT WILL BE KNOWN IN APRIL

STIRLING COUNCIL HAVE OFFERED HELP WITH THE CONSULTATION OF THE PLAY PARK AND POSSIBLY OFFER MATCH FUNDING






BREADALBANE FORUM MEETING WITH BOB JACK IS NOW 21/3/11 FOR COMMUNITY COUNCILORS PROPOSALS FOR MEETING WERE DISCUSSED AND APPROVED


NATIONAL PARK EAST LOCHLOMAND CAMPING BYLAWS WERE GIVEN APPROVAL ON 8/3/11


BIOMASS PROJECT ONGOING

DOCHART BRIDGE SURVEYS HAVE TAKEN PLACE FROM SUN 6th MAR TO TUES 8th MAR
POLICE HAVE BEEN REASSURED THAT THE BRIDGE IS STRUCTURALLY SAFE. STIRLING COUNCIL IS WORKING ON ADDRESSING THE CONCERNS OF THE COMMUNNITY COUNCIL


COMMUNITY FUTURES THE MEETING IN THE KILLIN HOTEL WAS A GREAT SUCCESS AND WELL ATTENDED


PLANNING COSTCUTTERS APPROVED



CORRESPONDANCE


ACOB BOBBY LAFFERTY HAS PERMISSION TO REMOVE THE CONCRETE PIPES AT THE SKIP SITE.
THERE IS STILL TO BE ACCESS TO THE OLD GRAVE YARD AFTER THE WORK AT THE KILLIN HOTEL IS FINNISHED.
CENSUS WILL BE BY POST IN THIS AREA.
TIME AND MONEY WAS WASTED IN ADVERTISSING A JOB THAT DID NOT EXIST FOR THE CENSUS IN THIS AREA. 5 PEOPLE TRAILED TO STIRLING FOR AN INTERVIEW TO FIND OUT THERE WAS NEVER A JOB. WHY? JUST A WASTE OF MONEY AND ENERGY.
TO BE LOOKED INTO
GLENLYON INHABITANTS WERE UNAWARE OF THE IMMINENT PERMANENT CLOUSURE OF THE HILL ROAD FROM THE GLEN LOCHAY TO GLEN LYON THAT THEY USE ON A REGULAR BASIS
TO BE LOOKED INTO
FUNDING FOR NEW GOAL POSTS FOR THE PARK IS TO BE APPLIED FOR
MORE NOTICE OF CC MEETINGS TO BE DISPLAYED IN THE VILLAGE

NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD IN KILLIN PRIMARY SCHOOL AT 7.30PM ON TUES 10th MAY 2011
DATE OF

THE CHAIRPERSON THANKED EVERYBODY FOR ATTENDING AND WISHED HIM OR HER A SAFE JOURNEY HOME.

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