299 Matters Arising
Road Repairs to
the Clerk reported that further
delays had occurred and North Somerset Council would
able to undertake the work during the February school
The work will be scheduled for the Easter
holiday in April.
Signs for Village Car Park &
Clerk has placed an order for signs to be made
Light in Hill Road Turning Circle
the Chair had still not
received a written quotation regarding the
installation of a
brighter lamp but will continue to pursue this.
expressed as to whether the existing lamp is in
and Cllr Nevitt volunteered to check this.
Village Car Park Tidying the Clerk
had, as instructed, sought
and received a further quote for the tidying of the
park. Three quotes have now been received and it
was decided that it would be appropriate to form a
committee to look at these.
Cllr Hurford has a declarable
interest in this item for discussion and will
excluded from deliberations.
Cllrs Smith, Thomas and
Pittaway agreed to form the said sub-committee and
arrange to meet before the next meeting.
Slow Signs on Wells Road
North Somerset Council have put
in a work order to reinstate slow signs on the
carriageway, as requested by parishioners.
CCTV at Dundry Village Hall the Clerk had received
response from Dundry Village Hall Trust detailing
that due to
financial constraints, they are unable to contribute
cost of CCTV.
After discussion, it was decided to bring this up
as a formal agenda item at the next meeting of Dundry
Council with invitations being sent to Dundry Village
Trust and the Sports & Social Club in order to allow
Notice Board for Village Hall Cllr Quick had
learned that all
necessary materials for the reinstatement of the
doors had been purchased and the job will be
soon as possible.
Sharp Deviation Chevrons for
Dundry Lane - Cllr Quick
asked for a progress report and the Clerk advised
that she had
written to the landowner requesting permission to
chevrons but as direct contact with North Somerset
had been suggested, a response had not been received.
Quick volunteered to contact the landowner.
The Chairperson expressed general
concern over the lack of progress
when issues of potholes, repairs to road signs etc
are reported to North Somerset Council.
suggested introducing more rigorous procedures for
monitoring and following up requests for remedial works and
reminded Cllrs that the District Councillor is the next
point of contact when dissatisfaction is felt.
District Cllr Gregor suggested taking photographs of
problem areas and sending these to North Somerset
when requesting attention.