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Llandilo Rural District Council. The chiair was occupied by Mr L. N. Powell TRACTION TRAFFIC. Mr J. Llewellyn said he had been asked to ask on behalf oif a good many ratepayers, if the district roads were open to heavy trac- tioiii, a,iild if so could they insist on the owners of traction engines paying for the damage they did.—The Clerk said each case would depend on its merits No doubt they could apply for damage done by excessive traffic. He could not answer without having the whole of the facts before him. In Cwm- amiiita,ii, the water pipes burst, but in some cases there was only three inches of surface above them.)fr Llewelyn said the con- tractors for removing stones at Brynamman had paid the County Council £ 150, whilst the district roads were not near so strong to bear the same t,iaffir,Chalrz)ian: Give the Clerk details.—Mr LleAvelyn said that in parts the district roads were so marrow one could not pass the traction engine Avitli a barrow.—(Mr W. Williams: It would be a good thing -for the surveyor to go up and re- port.—This was agreed to.

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