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IMAESTEG LOCAL BOARD.

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MAESTEG LOCAL BOARD. At the meeting of the Board on Friday evening, the Clerk read the notice from the County Council with regard to the re-arrangement of the district into the Bridgend and Cowbridge Union by the Council, and drawing attention to the inquiry to be held at Bridgend. The Clerk pointed out that so far as the matter affected the Board it would be Llangynwyd Lower and Middle. It was proposed that the whole of Llangynwyd and Middle be annexed to the Bridgend Local Board. If the Board objected they could attend the inquiry. Mr D. Davies said he objected for one. He had only just read of the proposed change in the Gazette. He thought it was a most unreasonable thing that Llangynwyd Middle should be annexed to Bridgend. It was close to the Maesteg Board's boundary, and they were about having their sewerage work ex- tended, they should include Llangynwyd Middle. They would therefore want land there. He moved that the Board be represented at the inquiry. Mr Barrow seconded that the Board be represented at the inquiry. I Mr Williams said Llangynwyd Lower had never been attached to the Maesteg Board. He was sorry 6.1:n" -r'n '6. T.. iu uiongicc wuu ,uz j^ttTies, out as regaras Xjian- gynwyd Middle, the Board derived no income from there because there was to property there. The time would come when the County Council would want the roads to be made, and there would be a great deal of expense without any income coming from there. He did not see that there was any benefit in having Llangynwyd Middle attached to the Board. Mr D. Davies: We shall practically have the Bridgend Local Board in Maesteg. Mr Ferrier suggested the holding of a special meeting. Mr Evans said he had been told that Mr Hughes was coming to PontrhydycftI with a view of in- ducing the people to join Bridgend. The Chairman remarked that the County Council would decide the matter according to the evidence. It was eventually decided to hold a special com- mittee on the following Wednesday.

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