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St. Asaph (Denbigh) Rural District Council. ¡ LLANDDULAS IMPROVEMENTS. The above Council met on Friday, Canon Roberts presiding over a moderate attend- ance of the members. "FROl INFORMATION RECEIVED." During the reading of the minutes it was stated that when the Council proceeded to lecture a certain individual upon the crime of keeping an unregistered common lodging- house it was found that the house in ques- tion had been registered since 18g6. (Laugh- ter. 1 The effect of the lecture on that account had been reduced to ril. PROPOSED DRAINAGE SCHEME. Communications were read from Mr. R. W. Wynn in reference to the proposed drain- age scheme tor Tai Dulas, Pennington-ter- race, Llanddulas. In his letter to the Council Mr. Wynne ex- pressed himself as being in favour of a scheme which would be more in the direc- tion of the east, so as not to make the people chary of bathing. In the event ot such a scheme being adopted he would be willing to contribute towards it, but he would not be willing to contribute to the prestnt proposed plan in view of the fact that the bathing of the district might be spoiled as the result of its adoption. His scheme showed a plan whereby such an event such as he feared would be impossible, It was stated that the Clerk had replied to Mr. Wynn, and that the estimated cost of his scheme would be £395. Seeing that lID to the day of the Council meeting no further reply had been received from Mr. Wynn, it was decided to let the matter stand over for a little while. II

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