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Llanarthnsy Parish Council.…

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Llanarthnsy Parish Council. I A meeting of the above Parish Council was I hdd at Porthyrhyd on the 28th ult. Mr. Thomas Davies, Ty'refail, Cefneithin, the V fce-chairman, presided. I It was decided to write to the Carmarthen Board of Guardians recommending the house of Mrs. James, Bryngarw, Cefneithin, as a suitable and convenient place for a pay station. !n regard to Panttawel footpath, near Maesybont, which has been closed to the public, it was unanimously resolved to refer the matter to the Carmarthen and Llandilo Rural District Councils, asking them to take the necessary steps to remove the obstruc- tions. The Committee appointed to investigate the Drefach footpath reported that it could be repaired with a little expense, and on the motion of Mr. Daniel Williams it was- decided to repair it. Mr. Thomas Davies proposed that the Car- marthen Rura,l District Council be asked to take over the maintenance of Rhosybonwen Road, near Cefneithin. Mr. Griffith Main- waring seconded, and the motion was carried. A very strong petition was received from the inhabitants of Capel Dewi and district, asking the Llanarthney Parish Council to take steps to remove the gipsy nuisance in their neighbourhood. Mr. Wm. Williams, Tir- mynydd. supported the petition, and corio- borated the statements contained therein. It was unanimously decided to report the matter to Supt. Jones, of the Cunty Police, Carmar- then, and ask him to take steps to remove the nuisance.

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