Terrington with Wiganthorpe and Ganthorpe Parish Council
Minutes of the Meeting held on
Monday 13th July 2015
The Chairman welcomed three members of the public.
Apologies were received from Cllr Clare Wood
The minutes of the meeting held on 22nd May were agreed and signed – proposed by Cllr Blunt and seconded by Cllr Taylor- all in favour.
Mobile Communications Mast
Information from Harlequin Group indicated that erecting a tree-effect mast was not a viable option but the proposal to erect it at the far corner away from the road was met with favour.
The tree pruning was arranged with David Bayes
No further meeting had been arranged but it was hoped a draft document would be circulated to the Parish in the near future.
The Bay Horse Inn
It was reported that the financial matters which had been holding up the sale had now been resolved and therefore it was now possible to go ahead with a sale.
It was reported that some of the pot holes on Cemetery Lane had been repaired.
Cllr Blunt agreed to contact the Community Pay Back Scheme re the pruning in the cemetery.
It was proposed by Cllr Blunt and seconded by Cllr Lewis to pay Terrington Village Hall £36.00 for a meeting held – all in favour. £6762.10 in the bank at the present time.
The payment from North Yorkshire County Council of £477.10 for the urban highway grass cutting in the parish was now due and an invoice for this amount would be sent to NYCC.
It was noted that several areas of grass in the village ,which had been previously cut by North Yorkshire Highways, including New Road, top of the village on the left, near the school and the church needed cutting and it was agreed that these areas should be cut.
Ryedale District Council had been unable to arrange a meeting for Councilors to visit Ryedale House for more information but they hoped to do this in the near future.
A request had been received from the Village Shop for another litter bin to be placed at the shop.
After consideration it was proposed by Cllr Blunt and seconded by Cllr Lewis that the Clerk would purchase a bin up to the value of £200.00 – all in favour
Jan Pilgrim attended the meeting and gave a talk on the advantages of having a defibrillator in the village. She agreed to investigate this in more detail re cost etc. and would inform the Council of her findings.
The Meeting was then opened to the public.
Mr Woodhead reported a large pot hole at the entrance to North Carr Main Street
It was also noted that a public right of way to the north of the village needed attention.
The Meeting was closed to the public
A letter had been received from the Chairman of Ryedale District Council re her Charity Fund – but as in other years it was agreed not too support the Fund.
Exchange of Information
Fracking – further discussion took place re this subject.
There being no further business the meeting closed.