Agenda for Crosspool Forum Open Meeting, Thursday 27 January 2011

You are invited to Crosspool Forum’s Open Meeting tomorrow night at St Columba’s Church. It starts at 7pm.

A provisional agenda is below. Come along to give your concerns on local issues to local councillors, the police and council officials.

Open Meeting, Thursday 27 January 2011: provisional agenda

27 January 2011, 7pm

  1. Chairman’s welcome
  2. Introduction of top table
  3. Apologies for absence
  4. Minutes of last meeting to be approved
  5. Matters arising
  6. Chairman’s report
  7. Police Liaison
    In Louise’s absence, PCSO Garry Hizam will give an update on policing in the area
  8. Guest: Cllr. Brian Holmes (Community Assembly)
    Also hoping to attend: Sylvia Anginotti, John Boyden, Community cohesion Manager
  9. Festival/Fayre report
  10. Planning and highways
    Benty Lane/Stephen Hill junction (Sylvia has arranged for engineers to survey possibilities)
  11. Questions and answer session with councillors
  12. A.O.B

Download provisional agenda 26 January 2011 Open Meeting (Word document, 37KB)

2 Replies to “Agenda for Crosspool Forum Open Meeting, Thursday 27 January 2011”

  1. It’s a shame we didn’t have more notice of this meeting. Did I miss something or is there a schedule somewhere? A days notice isn’t much!

  2. Hi, sorry you have only just found out about the meeting tonight. The meeting dates have been on the website for some months now (https://crosspool.info/events/), plus this meeting was publicised in the printed edition of the Winter Clarion.
    For future reference, the other Open Meetings scheduled for 2011 are:
    Monday 9 May, 7pm (not 5 or 12 May as previously advertised)
    Thursday 28 July, 7pm
    Thursday 27 October, 7pm

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