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Municipal Notes. —.—-—

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Municipal Notes. —.— -— I Joint Wages Board. The Corporation have appointed as their representatives on the Joint Wages Board of Local Authorities for South Wales, Ald. Herbert Rees and Coun. John Hughes. Eovv, wow Regulations have been made in an I Order of the Board of Agriculture, for the control of dogs between the hours of I sunset and sunrise. This has now been I sealed by the Corporation. 0r»7ss Flznit:; C'ntecf. I The Pare Howard Committee have had be; :Ù\e;tVteca'e,, I' Wales Assciation that they organize a Brass Band contest to take place in I August or September. It was decided to-act upon the request, a suitable date I to be arranged by the Town Clerk and the Association sccrctary. Park Superintendent. I The Committee recommend that the I salary of Mr. Hill, park superintendent, i/O increased to mSo, including war I bonus, but plus house, coal and gas. I Road Board Grant. I The County Council have apportioned sum not exceeding L-3,500 as Llanelly's snare of the Road Board's grant for the coming year. The Roads Committee, though dis—satisfied with the amount allocated to them, have decided that the sum be accepted and that the- question of applying for a supplementary grant be considered later on. Public Library. I The application by the Librarian for an increase of salary has been considered by the Library Committee who recom- mend an increase to £ 180 plus the 10 per cent, war bonus. Mr. Wm. David, I J.P., has been appointed chairman of I this committee. A Public Improvement. I A plan submitted by Allsopps for the improvement of the York Hotel corner has been approved by the Roads Com- mittee. The committee are of opinion that the settng back of the premises in Stepney street and Town Hall Square would be a decided improvement from a roads point of view. They also recom- mend that the Stepney Estate be ap- proached with a view to the freehold of the additional street area at the corner being dedicated to the public. The Brewery Purchase. I In connection with the purchase of Bythway's Brewery by Messrs. Richard Thomas and Co. for conversion into a gymnastic centre, the Estates Committee have discussed the proposed sale of the area of land which had been reserved on this site for the construction of a road- way. The committee are of opinion that it would not. be advisable to dispose of this, and the Surveyor has been asked to report upon a suggested extension of Marsh street in this direction.'

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