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Here's a link with some more stats! The government website apparently crashed because of the numbers this very morning registering their wish that Article 50 should be revoked. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/brexit-petition-revoke-article-50-theresa-may-deal-extension-a8832851.html &nbsp ;

21 Mar 2019

@S - I just copied those stats that Majorp posted and then did a search. Came up with this link http://www.ihysdb.com/Article/Comments/47627744/27?orderBy=0&descending=0 but just as with Majorp's post above there is no reference as to where the stats have come from

And the reason that the clerk's advice is taken is that s/he will be well versed in legislation pertaining to local government.  Cllrs may not have the legislative knowledge that town clerks have. (and if cllrs are in doubt about what the town clerk is advising then they can always check independently). The Mayor (or indeed any other councillor) does not need to seek the town clerk's advice on ...

19 Mar 2019

Wrong comparison. If the person who sits in the chair of the House of Commons is the Speaker, then the equivalent of that post in the town council is the Mayor. The Mayor chairs the town council meetings. The town clerk is an employee. The town clerk, amongst other things, advises the elected councillors on procedural matters. The equivalent of that in the House of Commons would be something ...

19 Mar 2019

I'll just point out that it is the policy of Dawlish Town Council that there should be a playpark on the lawn - somewhere. For those who feel strongly about this issue, whether pro or con, here are some questions to ask candidates. 1. Do they agree with the town council policy that there should be a play park on the lawn? 2. If the answer is 'Yes',  then where do they think the ...

19 Mar 2019

Anyone know what the Conservative line is on the playpark proposal? I ask as I can't see anything referring to the playpark in their election literature.

18 Mar 2019

Confirmed: The £68,195 and 41 pence (@November of last year) left of the £200,000 Sainsbury S106 money has been allocated by TDC towards funding a play park on the lawn in Dawlish.

16 Mar 2019

Well, well. Would you Adam and Eve it. Just had a Lib Dem Focus delivered and lo and behold there is a bit in it about the future of the lawn.  It says that detailed designs will be presented for further public approval before any final application is made.

16 Mar 2019

@The Observer re your post above dated 15th March. @ November 2018 there was £68,195 and 41 pence left of the just over £200,000 S106 Sainsbury money.  This money has to be spent by 4th March 2021. If not spent by that time then any money left over has to be returned to Sainsbury's.

How is this new job being funded? From the minutes of last week's (6th March) Dawlish Town Council meeting: PROPOSED EVENTS, PROJECTS AND TOURISM OFFICER Members considered the draft job description for the proposed Events, Projects and Tourism Officer. The Finance & General Purposes Committee had considered the item at its meeting on 28 February and had made a recommendation to the ...