Community Council notes January 2011

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KILLIN COMMUNITY COUNCIL
MINUTES OF MEETING
Tuesday 11th Jan 2011 In Killin Primary School 7.30pm


PRESENT P FARQUHARSON, F KENNEDY, S CHRISTIE
A DOWLING, C GRANT, T FROST, G AITKEN

IN ATTENDANCE
OWEN McKEE. I FRICKLETON, Cllr OWENS

APOLOGIESG FARMER, G BICKERTON

MINUTES OF LAST MEETING

APPROVED PROP T FROST 2nd A DOWLING

MATTERS ARISING

KILLIN SKIPFENCING HAS BEEN REMOVED WHAT IS TO HAPPEN TO THE SKIP AREA NOW
CLLR OWENS TO ATTEND TO.

ROAD MAINTENANCE WHY DO THE GRITTERS RUN THE ROUTES AND DO NOT PUT ENOUGH GRIT DOWN?
WHERE ARE OUR COMMUNITY GRIT/SAND PILES FOR THE VILLAGE TO USE?
DOCTORS SURGERY ACCESS REQUIRES TO BE GRITTED. SOME GRIT BINS HAVE SOLID GRIT IN THE BOTTOM FROM LAST YEAR AND IS OF NO USE.
CLLR OWENS TO ATTEND TO ALSO A LETTER TO BE WRITTEN TO STIRLING COUNCIL

PLAYPARKONGOING

TURNING AREAHAS BEEN TIDIED UP SLIGHTLY

FOLKLORE CENTRE WAITING FOR A REPLY TO APPLICATION TO STIRLING COUNCIL ASSETS

BREADALBANE FORUMMEETING WITH BOB JACK IS NOW 21/3/11 FOR COMMUNITY COUNCILORS

RURAL HOUSING STITLINGNEW HOUSES IN BALLECHROISK ARE NOW OCCUPIED

SPEEDINGSPEEDING BOARDS WERE IN PLACE FOR A WEEK AT THE WAR MEMORIAL ENTRANCE TO KILLIN. THE AVERAGE SPEED RECORDED WAS 28 MPH. THERE WERE SOME COMPLAINTS THAT THE 30MPH SIGNS WERE NOT VISABLE ENOUGH. THE POLICE HAVE SPOKEN TO STIRLING COUNCIL ABOUT GETTING MORE SIGNS FOR FURTHER OUT OF THE VILLAGE GIVING AN EARLIER WARNING. THERE WAS HOWEVER NO REAL PROBLEM WITH SPEEDING.

NATIONAL PARKMIKE CANTLEY HAS LEFT THE NATIONAL PARK TO GO TO VISIT SCOTLAND
DEVELOPMENT PLAN HAS GONE TO THE SCOTTISH OFFICE TO BE APPROVED

ACOBFIREWORKS WENT WELL AND A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL WHO HELPED.
THANK YOU TO G AITKEN FOR GETTING THE XMAS TREE AND TO STITT BROS & S FORSTER FOR ERECTING IT AND PUTTING THE LIGHTS ON ALSO TO THE CHURCH FOR PROVIDING THE SITE AND POWER SUPPLY. A LETTER AND CHEQUE TO GO TO THE CHURCH.

THE GOLDMINE HAS SUBMITTED A NEW PLANNING APPLICATION

BIOMASS PROJECT HAS GONE TO PLANNING THIS WEEK 10/1/11

DOCHART BRIDGE A SEWER PIPE WAS REPORTED BURST ON THE BRIDGE ON 31/12/10 AND THE DAMAGE THAT THE FROST HAS CREATED. IAN YOUNG FROM STIRLING COUNCIL HAS INSPECTED THE BRIDGE ON 2/1/11 AND A FURTHER INSPECTION WAS REPEATED ON 5/1/11 IT WAS THEN REPORTED THAT IT IS IN NO WORSE CONDITION THAN IT WAS IN OCT 2009 AND WAS NOT A PRIORITY AS THERE ARE ZERO FUNDS TO REPAIR IT. THE BUDGET WILL BE KNOWN IN LATE FEB AND A DECISION WILL BE MADE THEN AS TO WHAT PLAN OF ACTION WILL BE TAKEN.

BRIDGE OF LOCHAY AND ARTILLIE BRIDGES ALSO REQUIRE ATTENTION

COMMUNITY FUTURESTHERE IS A QUESTIONAIRE TO BE SENT TO EVERY HOUSEHOLD IN KILLIN ON HOW WE ARE MANAGING TO CUT CARBON

A CONSULTATION ON THE UPDATE OF THE COMMUNITY ACTION PLAN IS TO TAKE PLACE IN THE KILLIN HOTEL ON SAT 5th FEB 2011 AT 10.15 am TO 2.00pm

PLANNING N/A

CORRESPONDANCESCOTLANDS CENSUS 2011
QUESTIONNAIES WILL BE DELIVERED FROM 7th MARCH 2011 AND MUST BE RETURNED BY THE END OF APRIL 2011. IT IS LAW THAT THEY ARE COMPLETED BY EVERYONE OR THERE IS A RISK OF A £1000 FINE. THESE QUESTIONNAIRES ARE IMPORTANT TO OUR COMMUNITY SO PLEASE PLAY YOU PART.

CONDOLENCES TO THE MacPHERSON FAMILY FOR THERE LOSS

NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD IN KILLIN PRIMARY SCHOOL AT 7.30PM ON TUES 8th MAR 2011
DATE OF

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

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