MINUTES OF LEIGH-ON-MENDIP PARISH COUNCIL ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING HELD ON MONDAY 23 MAY 1994 IN THE MEMORIAL HALL Councillors present were J Davis, R Dixon, M Loten, S Haywood, H Mawdsley, D Pattison and D Turner, who arrived late. DP opened the meeting and welcomed parishioners and A Merrick our County Councillor. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN S Haywood proposed D Pattison, R Dixon seconded; all agreed. ELECTION OF VICE-CHAIRMAN J Davis had decided to stand down. D Pattison proposed M Loten, J Davis seconded; all agreed. R Dixon proposed a Vote of Thanks to J Davis for his work for the PC. FINANCE The adoption of the accounts (enclosed) was proposed by H Mawdsley, seconded by S Haywood, all agreed. M Loten was thanked for her work in preparing them. ELECTION OF REPRESENTATIVES SCHOOL GOVERNORS J DAVIS MEMORIAL HALL M LOTEN RFMC S HAYWOOD SALC H MAWDSLEY FOOTPATHS D TURNER ASHAM & EAST MENDIP GROUP J DAVIS RBL HOUSING ASSOC R DIXON There being no further business this part of the meeting was closed. D Turner had brought part of the print out of the Village Survey which will be available to Parishioners for a nominal cost. All replies to the Survey are included but are unattributed. A talk was given by Lester Silk, Community Action officer who among other duties advises on home security and Neighbourhood Watch Schemes, and PC Martin Smith, the local officer. The culprits who damaged the Church had been caught but to date no one has been aprehended in connection with the break-ins at the School and Hall. The Police Charter states that the responce time to emergency calls from rural areas is 15 minutes. Messrs Silk and Smith were thanked for attending the meeting and invited to remain for the Annual Parish meeting. The next meeting of the Police and Community Consultatative Committee will be on 16 June, at 7pm in Radstock Junior School.
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