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Minutes for November 2015

The minutes for the River CC meeting held in November are available here. They were prepared by outgoing Secretary Stephaine Whittaker.

Thank you and good-bye

The last meeting of the current NRCC was held in November . Please see the Nairnshire Telegraph for the date of the next meeting. Our thanks go to Community Councillors Ian Gordon, Leslie Boulton , Ian Henderson and Stephanie Whittaker who have decided not to stand for election again. We thank them all for their hard work and willingness to help Nairn

Inaugural meeting of new membership - 9th December 2015 in the United Reformed Church Hall 7 pm

Chairing the meeting will be the Highland Council's representative

Agenda

1) Welcome and apologies

2) Scheme of Establishment for Community Councils in Highland

3) Appointment of Office Bearers

a) Call for nominations for appointment of Chairperson
b) Call for nominations for appointment of Vice Chair
c) Call for nominations for appointment of Secretary
d) Call for nominations for appointment of Treasurer

4) Handover to duly elected Chairperson

5) Set the Date/Time of the next meeting

Would you like to be a Community Councillor? Can you help Nairn?

Nomination Papers for the upcoming Community Council elections are now available on the Highland Council website: http://www.highland.gov.uk/info/799/elections_and_voting/643/community_councils

Please note that the nomination period is open from Tuesday 22nd September until Tuesday 6th October at 4pm Tuesday 17 November: Existing Community Councils dissolve at 23:59 elections the following day.

Crook Road,Nairn

Residents from Househill Meadow and Househill Gate came to register their concern about the traffic in Crook Road and on the A939. They need action to be taken by Highland Council to reduce danger. They made the following points: Heavy traffic is using the road to avoid town congestion. It is a single track road Where it decants on the A939 it is a blind bend and the A939 is a 60mph at that point. Residents are growing older and have  visiting grandchildren and there are also pupils walking to school The problems have been growing steadily worse in the last 6-7 years There is no pavement and thick vegetation prevents pedestrians leaping for safety and are further impeded by a ditch full of water. Many residents have had pets killed on the road They ask that Highland Council to reduce the speed limit by to 30mph from the Househill Coffee Shop to the junction of the A939 with the A96 and to reduce heavy traffic on the Crook Road. It was agreed that we would write to HC and PS on their behalf

Bus timetable change

Received recorded letter from Stagecoach giving notice of the cancellation of the bus between Ardersier and Nairn from 25 th May. It will run from Inverness to Ardersier and will continue to run a bus for commuters from Nairn Bus station at 1703. They also sent information about dial-a-bus. This goes from Monday to Saturday   from 0800 to 1730, It covers all public roads in Nairnshire and to and fro Ardersier and Croy  except from routes covered by the 10,11 and 35 along the A96 corridor and may be booked on 01667 456066