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RHUDDLAN PAHISH COUNCIL MARSH ROAD TO BE ATTENDED TO. OPINIONS ON THE SMALL HOLDINGS ACT. A meeting of the Rhuddlan Parish Council was held on Monday evening. Mr W. Jones (chairman) presided, and there were also present: Messrs H. Barnett, Joseph Roberts, Robert Evaos, R. Owen, H. Edwards, John Roberts, I-lew. Lloyd, and J. Kilner (clerk). THE MARSH ROAD FOOTPATH. I A letter was received from Mr A. Foulkes, agent to the Kinmel Estate, with respect to the footpath leading from Marsh Inn to Vine Cot- teges, pointing out that it waB the duty of the Parish Council to repair and keep all public footpaths in order. Mr D. Mac. Nicoll, agent to the Bodelwyddan Estate, also wrote to the effect that he had not seen the petition sent to the estate, but if the Council would let him know what was desired in connection with the road he would see what could be done. Mr L. G. Hall, water engineer. Rhyl, wrote that he had given instructions to have the rood by the Marsh Hotel attended to without delay, as regards the water mains laying. The Chairman said he had met Mr Mac. Nicoll on the footpath, azid pointed out what. was required to be done. He promised to see Mr Foulkes, on behalf of the Kinmel Estate, to see w; at could be done to the footpath. Mr Jos. Roberts said Mr Mac. Niooll bad "received the committee very well, and was per- fectly reasonable and honourable with them." It was pointed out that the Rhyl Council had damaged the road, but that the Pariah Council had full power to repair the footpath. The Chairman added that the Rhyl Council had cut up the road, and had not had time to reinstate it. According to Mr Hall's letter the work would be done, and, as a matter of fact, the work was now being carried out. Mr John Roberts said tue tooipath used to be on the left hand side, but now they wanted it placed on the right. The Chairman thought that the wishes of the people should be considered. Mr Jos. Roberts felt that it would be safer on the right hand side. Mr Evans said he thought that the Kinmel Estate should lay pipes in the ditch. The matter was left in abeyance, awaiting Mr Mac. Nicoll's interview with Mr Foulkes. A LETTER-BOX. A letter was read from the Postmaster, Rhyl, stating that the Council's application for a new letter-box on the Rhyl-road would have due con- sideration. FOOTPATH DIVERSION. With regard to the suggested diversion of the footpath from Rhuddlan to Bodelwyddan, Mr Foulkes, agent to the Kinmel Estate, wrote that Mr J 1 Mr Barnett did not ¡, think that the Council had decided to divert the footpath. Mr John Roberts p.oposed, and Mr Llew. Lloyd seconded, a vote of thanks to Mr J. O. Hughes for preparing plans of the proposed di- version free of cost. Mr Joseph Roberts said that the Council were all of one oolour, but the day might come when the Council would be of a different oolour (laughter). T.he Chairman: No politics. Mr Barnett: I obi^ nolitice or colour being brought into local affairs. Mr Joseph auued that he objected to the diversion without going to quarter sessions, as he understood that the Council could be surcharged the cost of the work. The Chairman: We will leave it alone now, as the landlord has given permission. SMALL HOLDINGS. A letter was read from the clerk to the Ccunty Council, pointing out that the Small Hcldings Act came into force on June 1st, and requiring that applications for small holdings t.e san in at once. Mr John Robert,, said he thought a parish meeting should be held. The Chairman remarked that he did not think the A&?e ^°unc^ could take other steps to bring Mr Llew, said that the young people were more vjck football on Satur- oavs fcnan to go diggm0. Rhuddlan therp were gardens that were a <isgra^€>"u<™a" t"re notwithstanding that it was splM&A^ -P* The Act meant the spending of a great deiiPd^ money. T"II." T' 11_ -L 4-- r- Mr Jonn KODert^: Lin tnev want us K> ngnr cur neighbours? All the land about here is let. It was decided to hold a special meeting of the Council to consider the matter on the first Mo.ndav in January ABSENT MEMBERS: A PROTEST. Several other matters were on the agenda, but &3 the. members who had given notice of various motions did not attend tbev were deferred. Mr Farn- tt, Mr Joseph Roberts, And Mr Evans pro- testing against being called to meetings where the matters on the agenda were not dealt with

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