By Audlem Webteam - 8th January 2012 7:04am
A reminder that it is the monthly Audlem Parish Council meeting tomorrow, Monday 9th January.
The meeting is at Audlem St James' school and starts at 7.30pm. Proceedings start with a Public Forum when members of the public will be invited to speak before ordinary business commences.
Items on the agenda include a report on Superfast Broadband and the Parish Council's response to British Waterways’ consultation on the use of visitor moorings.
The traffic surveys carried out by the Audlem Parish Plan's traffic group are to be discussed while under Youth & Education, the Interim Executive Board governing Audlem school has been invited to update the Parish Council.
Future management arrangements for Longhill Moss are also to be discussed.
Click on the link below the photo to read the full agenda.
Minutes and Agendas for all Audlem and Buerton Parish Council meetings can be found by clicking on the relevant council's link from the Homepage.
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