Agenda

County Council
Wednesday, 10th April, 2019 10.00 am

Venue: Chamber, - County Hall, Carmarthen. SA31 1JP.. View directions

Contact: Janine Owen  01267 224030

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1.

APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE

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DECLARATIONS OF PERSONAL INTERESTS.

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CHAIR’S ANNOUNCEMENTS.

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TO APPROVE AND SIGN AS A CORRECT RECORD THE MINUTES OF THE COUNCIL MEETING HELD ON THE

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4.1

20TH FEBRUARY 2019 pdf icon PDF 678 KB

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6TH MARCH 2019 pdf icon PDF 238 KB

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TO CONSIDER NOMINATIONS FOR THE CHAIR OF COUNCIL FOR THE 2019/2020 MUNICIPAL YEAR

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TO CONSIDER NOMINATIONS FOR THE VICE-CHAIR OF COUNCIL FOR THE 2019/2020 MUNICIPAL YEAR

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PUBLIC QUESTIONS (NONE RECEIVED).

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PRESENTATION OF PETITION

“We the undersigned hereby petition Carmarthenshire County Council to overturn their previous decision and agree to adopt the roads at the Machynys East development, Llanelli, SA15.

 

We do not want to live on a private estate, mindful as we are of the possibility of escalating annual management fee costs. As Council Tax payers, it is our belief that the Council should adopt and maintain the estate roads.

 

We therefore ask the County Council to give due consideration to this petition. Of the 226 households on the development, 87% have signed this petition”

 

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QUESTIONS BY MEMBERS (NONE RECEIVED).

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10.

TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING NOTICES OF MOTION:-

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NOTICE OF MOTION SUBMITTED BY COUNCILLOR JANE TREMLETT

“Over the last year Laugharne has conducted a campaign to make Laugharne plastic free.

 

Local businesses have signed up to eliminate single use plastic, as have local catering establishments, Laugharne Primary School, Laugharne Township Community Council, Laugharne Memorial Hall.  Litter picks have been undertaken on the Foreshore and Ginst as well as around the streets.  Huge amounts of plastic (large and small) have been collected.  With age it becomes brittle and disintegrates in your hands as you pick it up becoming lethal to bird life and small animals.  All this in a triple SSI Conservation area.

Laugharne is the first community in Carmarthenshire to be recognised by the national campaign led by Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) as can be seen on the map their website.

 

The local campaign is led by the Plastic Free Laugharne steering group made up of committed local residents.

 

This Motion asks the Council to recognise and support the campaign for Plastic Free Laugharne and promote its objective to reduce single use plastic whenever it can.  It also asks the Council to write to Welsh and National Governments to legislate that commercial and manufacturing companies use only materials that are recyclable.”

 

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NOTICE OF MOTION SUBMITTED BY COUNCILLOR ROB JAMES pdf icon PDF 44 KB

“That this Council:-

 

a)    endorses both the UK/Welsh Government Independent Review and the Pembrokeshire Council-led Internal Review into the City Deal;

 

b)    accepts that all recommendations within both reports and believes they should be implemented as soon as possible;

 

c)     supports the use of webcasting for all future Joint Committee and Joint Scrutiny Committee meetings;

 

d)    supports legally binding changes to the Joint Committee Agreement to implement the necessary changes.”

 

 

 

 

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TO RECEIVE THE REPORT OF THE MEETING OF THE EXECUTIVE BOARD HELD ON THE 4TH MARCH 2019 pdf icon PDF 209 KB

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TO CONSIDER THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE DEMOCRATIC SERVICES COMMITTEE IN RESPECT OF THE FOLLOWING ITEM:-

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12.1

INDEPENDENT REMUNERATION PANEL FOR WALES (IRPW) ANNUAL REPORT (FEBRUARY, 2019) pdf icon PDF 178 KB

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COMPOSITION OF THE COUNCIL'S SCRUTINY, REGULATORY AND OTHER COMMITTEES AND THE APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO SERVE UPON THEM pdf icon PDF 133 KB

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TO APPROVE THE FOLLOWING CHANGES TO MEMBERSHIP OF COMMITTEES:-

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14.1

THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED COUNCILLORS FOZIA AKHTAR AND ROB EVANS TO TAKE ITS VACANT SEATS ON THE COMMUNITY SCRUTINY COMMITTEE (SEATS FORMERLY HELD BY COUNCILLORS SHAREN DAVIES AND LOUVAIN ROBERTS WHO ARE NO LONGER MEMBERS OF THE LABOUR GROUP)

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THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED COUNCILLOR COLIN EVANS TO REPLACE COUNCILLOR DERYK CUNDY ON THE COMMUNITY SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

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THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED COUNCILLOR DERYK CUNDY TO REPLACE COUNCILLOR COLIN EVANS ON THE POLICY & RESOURCES SCRUTINY COMMITTEE

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THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED AMANDA FOX TO TAKE ITS VACANT SEAT ON THE SOCIAL CARE AND HEALTH SCRUTINY COMMITTEE (SEATS FORMERLY HELD BY COUNCILLOR LOUVAIN ROBERTS WHO IS NO LONGER A MEMBER OF THE LABOUR GROUP)

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THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED COUNCILLOR SUZY CURRY TO TAKE ITS VACANT SEAT ON APPOINTMENTS COMMITTEE 'A' (SEAT FORMERLY HELD BY COUNCILLOR JEFF EDMUNDS WHO IS NO LONGER A MEMBER OF THE LABOUR GROUP)

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THE LABOUR GROUP HAS NOMINATED COUNCILLOR ANDRE MCPHERSON TO TAKE THEIR VACANT SEAT ON THE HOUSING REVIEW PANEL (SEAT FORMERLY HELD BY COUNCILLOR SHAHANA NAJMI WHO IS NO LONGER A MEMBER OF THE LABOUR GROUP)

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APPOINTMENT OF MEMBERS TO SERVE ON COUNCIL ADVISORY PANELS AND OUTSIDE BODIES SUBJECT TO POLITICAL BALANCE REQUIREMENTS pdf icon PDF 158 KB

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MINUTES FOR INFORMATION (AVAILABLE TO VIEW ON THE WEBSITE)

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16.1

COMMUNITY SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - 23RD JANUARY 2019

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EDUCATION AND CHILDREN SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - 24TH JANUARY 2019

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COMMUNITY SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - 14TH FEBRUARY 2019

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LICENSING COMMITTEE - 18TH FEBRUARY 2019

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PLANNING COMMITTEE - 19TH FEBRUARY 2019

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND PUBLIC PROTECTION SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - 22ND FEBRUARY 2019

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PLANNING COMMITTEE - 7TH MARCH 2019

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DEMOCRATIC SERVICES COMMITTEE - 12TH MARCH 2019

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STANDARDS COMMITTEE - 15TH MARCH 2019

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PLANNING COMMITTEE - 19TH MARCH 2019

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POLICY AND RESOURCES SCRUTINY COMMITTEE - 20TH MARCH 2019

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