Community & Environment Committee

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The Community & Environment Committee is responsible for Community Buildings (including the Guildhall and public conveniences), Traffic, Parking, Footpaths, Open Spaces, Allotments, Community Safety & Emergency Planning, Waste / Recycling, St Ives in Bloom, Seagulls.

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The main decisions on 6th June 2013 were

The Town Council to operate the Guildhall with assistance when required of the Friends of the Guildhall group

Traffic Officers to be in place from June to September

Site meetings about bus stops for various locations to be arranged

Public meeting to be organised on Twinning with France, Japan and the USA

Tree Preservation Order for Land at Fairings, Hellesvean to be supported

£200 for St Ives Speech and Drama festival

£200 for Penwith Velo Youth Cycling Club

£300 for St Ives Community Choir

Advertise for an approved list of contractors for maintenance of the public conveniences

St Ives Town Council Community and Environment Committee Minutes 060613

The main decisions on 21st March 2013 were

Buy play equipment for Palemon Best recreation area

Arrangements for St Ives Area In Bloom

Invite volunteers to be tree wardens

St Ives Town Council Environment Committee Minutes210313

The main decisions  on 14th March 2013 were

Various options and ideas for involving the community in the Neighbourhood Plan process

£100 grant awarded to Shallal Dance Company

Town Council to pay for new heating system in the Constitutional Club

£350 for Kingdom Community Skate event

St Ives Town Council minutes.C_A.140313

The main decisions on January 16th 2013were:

Public meetings to be held around the parish about having a Neighbourhood Plan for the area.

To meet with Lelant residents about a survey for the village

Public meeting for potential Town Council candidates in the May 2013 elections

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