Notice is hereby given that
A Town Meeting will be held on Saturday 7 July 2018
In Parish Hall, Church Street, Frodsham
Residents are invited to attend from 12noon
to speak informally with your Town Council and other Town groups and representatives, on matters of key interest to the town including the Neighbourhood Plan, play, crime, community development, planning and community activities.
Tea & Coffee will be available before the meeting
The Town meeting is not a meeting of the Town Council but is called by the Council. It gives electors (from Frodsham) the opportunity to raise issues with the Town Council and other organisations in the town.
This can be done in 2 ways:
1- By submitting a resolution to be discussed at the Town Meeting.
Written notice of the resolution must be submitted to the Clerk prior to the meeting. If the resolution is passed, the Town Council is obliged to consider the matter at a subsequent meeting.
2- By participating and speaking to the Town Meeting.
Town Meeting Commences at 1pm
|1||Apologies for Absence|
|2||Minutes of the Annual Town Meeting
To note the minutes of the Annual Town Meeting held on 23 March 2018
|3||Annual Report 2017-18
To note Frodsham Town Council’s Annual Report.
|4||Unaudited Accounts 2017-18
To note the unaudited accounts for 1 April 2017 – 31 March 2018.
|5||Public Right of Inspection
To note the Public Right of Inspection of the Unaudited Accounts and Annual Return is open until 3 August and the records are available at the meeting for inspection.
To consider resolutions of which written notice has been given.
|6.1||Resolution 1: The town council offer the land in ship Street for use as allotments for the town residents and non-commercial ventures. The tenancy to be held by a not for profit group who would manage the land for a period to be agreed and then reviewed. Proposed by Mr L Blake.|
|7||Reports from other organisations|
|7.1||Castle Park Trust|
|7.2||Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group|
To discuss CWAC’s consultation on the future of the Goods Shed.
|9||Ship Street Land|
|9.1||To discuss the intention to sell the land on Ship Street.|
|9.2||To receive a presentation from Weaver Vale Housing Trust outlining their proposals for the land if they were to successfully purchase it.|
|9.3||To discuss potential uses of the Capital Receipt if the land were sold.|
To discuss proposals to expand the cemetery for burials into the upper part of the land.
To note the plans for the renovation of the Cenotaph and Memorial Gates, and other works.
|12||Royal British Legion Thank You Campaign
To discuss a proposal to purchase a permanent silhouette and where it might be placed.
|13||Issues from members of the public to consider.|