Largo Area Community Council
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Mobile Post Office
New Gilston & Woodside
Juan Fernadez Island
The Times report on Lower Largo
Local Events & Organisations
7:00 pm 20th August, 2018,
(no meeting of the L.A.C.C. in July)
Largo Library, Lundin Links
Largo Heritage Exhibition - Largo Library - 28th July to 11th August
June 18th Meeting
A range of topics was discussed and Coun. Graham Richie attended.
Scottish Water: The Secretary had been in touch with Scottish Water and as their drill for the new sewerage outlet had broken, work would continue and the Temple car park would be largely closed. A sewerage leak had been reported to Scottish Water.
Blue Flag for beach: a count will be taken this weekend of the number of beach users.
Fish & Chip Van: The location was discussed, and it was understood that his hours had been extended.
Floral Displays: The new displays were much admired, but care was needed with their location. A donation for the floral work was to be received.
Durham Park: A secure gate between Durham Wynd and the play park was needed.
Pier: The channel had been cleared privately, thus half the emergency repairs had been done. It was still needed to secure the remaining pier before the autumn gales. £2,300 had been allocated by Fife Council, but consent from Marine Scotland was required. The Trust constitution was prepared, but the civil engineer had withdrawn because of pressure of work.
Community Council Elections: Nomination papers for the new council were on the Fife Council website. They must be submitted by 26th September and the new council would meet at the Durham Hall on 15th October. If a poll were to be needed it would be on 4th October.
Mobile Post Office: New venues were suggested and there was to be a 6 monthly review of the service in September.
LACC Banners: Banners had been purchased and they were featured at a LACC stall at the Village Picnic on 10th June.
Former Lundin Links Hotel: A start on the preparatory work should start this year, but as yet no application for this had been made to Fife Council. The Chairman had arranged with the Council to remove the old, burnt matresses and bill the owners of the site.
Roads: There had been a delay in posting notices of new signage in Lundin Links. More parking places would be allocated in Drummochy and parking tickets issued earlier had been rescinded.
Footbridge: Finance had been been allocated and work would soon begin on the repairs.
Peacehaven: A number of bins included one for surgical waste were on open view adjacent to residential property. The management was resisting screening this eyesore.
Martin McDonald of Silverburn Volunteer group with a couple of Community Council members planted 1000 bulbs along the Keil Burn path.