Tuesday 1st day of September 1936.

Minutes of a Special Meeting of the Council held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday the 1st day of September 1936 at 8.00pm.

 

Present.

His Worship the Mayor (Alderman H.R. Dunshea) the Deputy Mayor (Ald. W. P. Newnham J.P.) and Aldermen Porter, Ryan, Collyer, Sheehan, Roberts and Goddard.

 

Apologies.

Apologies were received and accepted from Mrs. Alderman Fowler and Aldermen Fleming, F. A. Newnham and Solomon.

 

Committee Of Whole.

Moved by Alderman Roberts Seconded by Alderman W. P. Newnham “That the Council do now resolve itself into Committee of the Whole.” Carried.

Upon resuming Council it was reported that while in Committee of the Whole the under mentioned matters had been considered and your Committee now recommends as follows.

 

5303 Australian Iron & Steel Ltd. Re Woodblocks.

5304 Main Rds. Dept. Re Woodblocks.

  1. That the offer of Australian Iron & Steel Ltd. to purchase second-hand woodblocks at £3/5/- per 1000 to be selected by them and delivery taken ex our Council Street Depot be accepted and that the letter from the Main Roads Department asking Council to allow the Department to deal direct with the sale of blocks be “Received” and the Mayor’s action in pointing out that this Council is unable to agree to their proposal and must pay the sale of any of its assets into its own funds be endorsed.

5305 N. Flanagan Re Allegations Against An Employee Of Council.

  1. That the letter from N. Flanagan refusing to attend the Meeting of the Council in connection with his allegations against an employee of this Council be “Received”.

5306 Re Dismissal Of J. Hilton.

  1. That Mr. J. Hilton be asked to withdraw and apologise for his remarks to this Council’s Engineer and that he be reduced to a Leading Hand for one month and at the end of that time his case be reviewed by a Committee of the Whole Council.

Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Alderman W. P. Newnham “That the report of the Whole Council be “Received” and adopted and the recommendations contained therein be carried into effect.” Carried.

 

And there being no further business the Meeting terminated.

 

Confirmed at an Ordinary Meeting of the Council held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday 8th September 1936.

 

 

Signed R.P. Hitchen, Acting Town Clerk           H. Dunshea, Mayor.

 

 

Tuesday 8th day of September1936.

Minutes of a meeting of the Council of the Municipality of Newtown held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday the 8th September 1936 at 7.30pm.

 

Present.

His Worship the Mayor (Alderman H.R. Dunshea) the Deputy Mayor (Ald. W. P. Newnham J. P.) and Aldermen F. A. Newnham, Sheehan, Roberts, Goddard and Porter.

 

Minutes

Each Member of the Council having received a copy of the Minutes of the two previous meetings Alderman Roberts moved, “That the Minutes be taken as read, and confirmed, and signed as a true record of the Ordinary Meeting held on 25th August 1936 and the Special Meeting held on 1st September 1936.”

Seconded by Alderman Goddard and carried.

 

Apologies were received and accepted from Aldermen Solomon, Fleming, Mrs. Ald. Fowler and Alderman Collyer.

 

5307 Late Mrs. C. Dagg.

Feeling references were made to the death of Mrs. Charlotte Dagg and old and esteemed resident of this Municipality and a good Charitable Worker it was resolved on the motion of Alderman Roberts Seconded by Alderman Goddard “That a letter of sympathy be forwarded to her daughter Mrs. F. Legg.” Carried unanimously by the Members of the Council rising in silence.

 

Correspondence.

5308 Return Thanks.

Letter from Mrs. R. Fitzgerald thanking Council for kind letter of sympathy “Received”.

5309 Gas & Electricity Brd. Of Enquiry Re Price Of Gas.

Letter from the Secretary Gas & Electricity Board of Enquiry forwarded for favour of F. M. Burke and R. D. Gorman Ms. L. A. Advising that this Council’s protest against any action that would increase the price of gas would be brought before the Board. “Received”.

5310 C. P. S. Newtown Re Revision Court.

Letter from the Clerk of Petty Sessions Newtown notifying that a Revision Court for the purpose of revising the Supplementary Lists of Electors will be held at the Court House Newtown on Friday 18th September 1936 at 10a.m. “Received”.

5311 A. Gas Co. Re Coke.

Letter from the Australian Gas Light Co. Notifying that the free distribution of Coke will be discontinued as from the 29th August 1936.   It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and the Gas Company thanked for its kind action in making the Coke available during the cold Winter Months.”

5312 Main Roads Dept. Re Reconstruction The eastern Side Of King St.

Letter from the Main Roads Dept. Notifying that the Department has accepted this Council’s estimate of £2,100/7/-for the propose reconstruction of the eastern side of King St. between Short & Rockford Sts. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and the Council except the grant.”

5313 Local Govt. Clerks Assn. Re Annual Conference.

Letter from the Local Government Clerks Assn. notifying that the Annual Conference will be held from the 20th to 23rd October 1936. Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Alderman F. A. Newnham “That the letter be “Received” and the necessary time be granted the members of this Council’s Staff to attend the Conference.” Carried.

5314 M. W. S. & D. Brd. Re Extension of Shea’s Ck. Stormwater Channel To Wilson St.

Letter from the Secretary of the M. Water. S. & D. Board notifying that the Board had now allocated the money required for the extension of Shea’s Creek Stormwater Channel to Wilson St. Newtown. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and this Council places on record its appreciation of the services of the local member of the Board (Alderman R. S. Goddard J. P.) For his efforts in connection with securing the extension of this Stormwater Channel.

5315 Public Health Dept. Re Milk Samples.

Letter from the Department of Public Health covering the analysis of 20 samples of milk all of which were found to be correct. “Received”.

5316 Public Health Dept. Re Immunization Against Diphtheria.

Letter from the Department of Public Health asking this Council to give further consideration to the matter of the Immunization Campaign against Diphtheria. It was resolved that the letter be “Received”.

5317 E. L. P. S. Corpn. Re Collection Of Electric Light Accounts.

Letter from the Electric Light & Power Supply Corpn. Ltd. asking if the 1st 6th and 13th October next would be satisfactory to this Council for the collection of Electric Light Accounts in the next quarter. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and the Company be informed that the dates mentioned are satisfactory and that the information be given as much publicity as possible.”

5318 C. Wise Re 10% Advance To Home Builders.

Letter from G. Wise asking this Council’s co-operation in a protest to the Government against decision to discontinue the 10% advance to Home builders under the Rural Bank Scheme. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and co-operation as desired be granted”.

 

Reports.

5319 Finance Com. Report.

His Worship the Mayor as Chairman of the Finance Committee submitted a report of a meeting held on 8th September 1936 as contained on folios 296/7 of the Finance Committee’s Report Book which recommended confirmation of accounts paid under Votes of Appropriation amounting to               £ 1819-16-9 and payment of accounts passed that Evening                             1154-14-11.

Total payments from the Gen Fund since last Meeting               £ 2974-11- 8.

 

The Monthly Financial Statement of the General Fund was also submitted and disclosed a Credit Balance of £7466/4/3.

 

It was further recommended

(a). That the consideration of an offer to purchase land at the corner of King St. & Missenden Rd. Be referred to a meeting of the Committee of the Whole Council on 8th September 1936.

(b). That the rates on premises No. 54 Denison St. amounting to £1/10/- be “Written off” the Rate Book as this land is now a Public Reserve.

(c). That on account of £53/10/- being a progress payment for repairs to Garbage Carts be past for payment.

(d). That on account for £87/3/-for the supply of Office Furniture be passed for payment.

 

Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Ald. F. A. Newnham “That the Finance Committee’s Report be “Received” and adopted the Accounts confirmed and paid the Monthly Financial Statement laid upon the table and all recommendations contained therein be carried into effect.”

 

5320 Engineer’s Report.

The Engineer submitted his report of works completed or in progress during the past fortnight together with an Addendum giving a list of temporary employees engaged. Moved by Alderman Roberts Seconded by Ald. F. A. Newnham “That the Engineer’s report and addendum be “Received”. Carried.

 

5321 Health Insp. Report.

The Health Inspector submitted his report as contained on folios 141/2 of the Health Inspector’s Report Book. Moved by Ald. F. A. Newnham Seconded by Ald. Roberts “That the Health Inspector’s report be “Received” and adopted and the applications mentioned in paragraph 3 be approved.” Carried.

 

Questions Without Notice.

5322 Letter to Mrs. Ald. Fowler Re Illness.

Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Ald. Goddard “That a letter be forwarded to Mrs. Ald. Fowler expressing this Council’s sympathy in her illness and the hope that she will be soon restored to health and strength”. Carried.

5323 Ald. Roberts Re Footpath Floodlighting Proposal.

Ald. Roberts asked when the result of the Circular in connection with the Footpath Floodlighting proposal would be dealt with and requested that when the report is being prepared in connection with the matter that the opinions be set out in sections. The Mayor replied that this would be done as suggested for the next meeting of the Council.

5324 Ald. F. A. Newnham Re Widening Of Holt Street.

Alderman F. A. Newnham asked that the next meeting of the Works Committee consider the advisability of widening Holt Street.

5325 Ald. W. Newnham Re Roundabout In Fleming Reserve.

Alderman W. P. Newnham asked that the Online Roundabout in Fleming Reserve be reassessed and set flush with the cement base.

5326 Ald. Porter Re Repairing Of Shoulders Of Trade St.

Ald. Porter asked that the next meeting of the Works Committee inspect Trade Street with a view to repairing the shoulder on both sides of the street.

5327 Ald. W. Newnham Re Simmons St.

Ald. W. P. Newnham asked that the next meeting of the Works Committee inspect Simmons St. with a view to replacing the existing brick footpath.

5328 Ald. Goddard Re Cnr. Brown & Wilson Sts.

Ald. Goddard asked that the next meeting of the Works Committee consider the advisability of rounding-off the corner of Brown & Wilson Streets.

The Mayor replied that he would have these matters attended to.

5329 Ald. Sheehan Re Inability Of Parks & Playgrounds Committee To Function.

Alderman Sheehan drew attention to the fact that it was impossible for the Parks & Playgrounds Committee to function owing to the illness of the majority of its Members and it was resolved on the motion of Alderman Roberts Seconded by

Alderman F. A. Newnham “That until such time as our sick members are restored to health and strength that the functions of the Parks & Playgrounds Committee be carried out by the Works Committee.

5330 Ald. Porter Re Stones Slabs Over Drain At Cnr. Bishopsgate & Regent Sts.

Ald. Porter asked if the Engineer was aware that the stone slabs over the stormwater drain at the corner of Bishopsgate & Regent Sts. had been displaced and if so had they been replaced.? The Engineer replied that he had not had any report of the matter yet but would give it his attention.

5331 Ald. W. Newnham Re Stone Slabs Over Drain.

Ald. W. P. Newnham asked if these slabs were the matters that Alderman Fleming had drawn attention to some time ago.? The Mayor replied that the matter Alderman Fleming mentioned was the gully grates and the Engineer is attending to these when convenient.

5332 Ald. Roberts Re Danger To People Using Swings Roundabouts Etc.

Alderman Roberts drew attention to the risk of people being hurt on the Swings roundabouts etc. in the Playing Areas and it was resolved “That a Notice be erected notifying the Public that they use these facilities at their own risk.”

Moved by Alderman Roberts seconded by Alderman F. A. Newnham “That Council now resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole.” Carried.

 

Upon resuming in Council it was reported that while in Committee of the Whole the under mentioned matters were considered and recommendations are made accordingly; –

5333 Retirement Of W. Smith.

  1. That the Health Inspector’s report re William Smith one of Council’s oldest Employees 78 years of age be “Received” and adopted and that on the termination of Mr. Smith’s present illness he be retired from the Council’s service and that the matter of granting him a gratuity be referred to the Finance Committee for attention and report.

5334 Application Of Town Clerk For Long Service Leave.

  1. That the application of the Town Clerk (W. G. Salmon) for Long Service Leave of five months dating from 24th August 1936 be granted and that the amount of salary £270/15/8 covering such Long Service Leave be paid in a lump sum and the amount be passed for payment.

5335 Main Roads Dept. Re Disposal Of Woodblocks.

  1. That the letter from the Main Roads Dept. asking Council to reconsider its decision not to allow the Department to dispose of the woodblocks salvaged from the Main Roads Works be “Received” and they be informed that the Council still adheres to its previous Resolution in the matter “That it must pay the proceeds of the sale of its assets into the appropriate fund”.

5330 L. N. McCullum Re Noise From Fleming Reserve.

  1. That the letter from L. N. McCullum complaining of the noise and behaviour of the children using Fleming Reserve be “Received”.

5337 Offer Of H. Cohen To Purchase Land At Cnr. King St. & Missenden Rd.

  1. That the offer of H. Cohen to purchase land at the corner of King St. & Missenden Rd. for £250 be accepted providing the Governor’s approval can be obtained to the sale and that Mr. Cohen undertakes to erect new premises over his existing land and the land the subject of the negotiations within six months from the sale being effected to complete satisfaction of this Council.

5338 J. Harris Re Transfer Of Fruit Stall.

  1. That the letter of J. Harris applying for permission to transfer his Fruit Stall business at the aforesaid corner be “Received” and he be informed that as Council is negotiating for the sale of the property occupied by him his application must be refused.

5339 C. J. Muir Re School Of Arts.

  1. That the letter from C. J. Muir in connection with the alleged mismanagement of the School of Arts be “Received”.

5340 Redfern Council’s Failure To Pay Garbage Account.

  1. That Redfern Council be written to asking that satisfactory arrangements for the payment of their account for the incineration of garbage be made within 14 days failing which legal proceedings will be taken for the recovery of same.

5341 Hours & Conditions Of Park Employee.

  1. That the matter of arranging the hours and conditions of the Parks Employee be deferred until next meeting and in the meantime the Town Clerk be instructed to obtain all relevant information in the matter from other Councils.

5340 to Notice Board In Playing Reserves.

  1. That a Notice Board be erected in the Playing Reserves notifying the Public that no person over 14 years of age will be allowed to use the swings etc. or play in such Reserves.

 

Moved by Alderman Porter Seconded by Ald. W. P. Newnham “That the report of the Committee of the Whole Council be “Received” and adopted and the recommendations therein be carried into effect. Carried.

 

And there being no further business the Meeting terminated.

 

Confirmed at an Ordinary Meeting of the Council held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday the 22nd day of September 1936 at 7.30pm.

 

Signed R. P. Hitchen, Town Clerk           H. Dunshea, Mayor.

 

 

Tuesday the 22nd day of September 1936.

Minutes of a meeting of the Council of the Municipality of Newtown held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday the 22nd day of September 1936 at 7.30pm.

 

Present.

The Deputy Mayor (Ald. W. P. Newnham J. P.) Presiding, Mrs Ald. Fowler and Aldermen F. A. Newnham, Sheehan, Ryan, Collyer, Roberts, Goddard and Porter.

 

Minutes

Each Member of the Council having received a copy of the Minutes of the previous Meeting Alderman F. A. Newnham moved “That the Minutes be taken as read, and confirmed, and signed as a true record of the meeting held on 8th September 1936.” Seconded by Alderman Roberts and carried.

 

Apologies.

Apologies were received and accepted from His Worship the Mayor (Alderman H.R. Dunshea) who was absent at the Local Government Conference at this more Lismore and Aldermen Solomon and Fleming.

 

5343 Late Mrs. Fogarty Late Mrs. Baker.

Feeling references were made by the Deputy Mayor and Aldermen to the deaths of Mrs. M. Fogarty of 156 Station St. and Mrs. M. Baker of 1a Yaralla St. both all and esteemed residents of this Municipality and it was resolved by the Members of the Council rising in silence “That a letter be forwarded in each instance to the relatives of the deceased expressing this Council’s sympathy.”

 

Correspondence.

5344 Willimbong Shire Council Re Abolition Of State Parliaments.

Letter from the Willimbong Shire Council asking that representations be made to the Federal Government asking that when the forthcoming Referendum on the proposed amendment of Section 92 of the Commonwealth Constitution has been taken the question of the abolition of State Parliaments be placed before the electors. Moved by Alderman Collyer Seconded by Mrs. Ald. Fowler “That the letter be “Received” and this Council grants full cooperation in the matter.” Carried.

Ald. Sheehan asked that his name be recorded against the motion.

5345 Main Roads Dept. Re Sale Of Wood-Blocks.

Letter from the Main Roads Department advising that they had no desire to press the matter of the proceeds of the sale of woodblocks being credited to the cost of reconstruction of King St. at the present moment. “Received”.

5346 Prime Minister Re Increase In Pensions.

Letter from the Prime Minister (forwarded per favour of J. S. Garden M. P.) Notifying that the Government proposes to increase the amount of Invalid and Old Age Pensions from 18/-to 19/-per week. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and Mr. Garden be thanked for his attention in the matter.”

5347 H. J. Aspinall & Son Re Sale Of Land King Street & Missenden Rd.

Letter from H. J. Aspinall & Son notifying Council that Mr. H. Cohen accepts the conditions attached to the sale of land at the corner of Missenden Rd. & King St. “Received”.

5348 1938 Around Australia Motor Contests Re Regulations.

Letter from the Organising Secretary “1938 Ground Australia Motor Car Contest” forwarding copy of Preliminary Regulations. Moved by Alderman Ryan Seconded by Alderman F. A. Newnham “That the letter be “Received” and this Council forwarded a letter to Mr. M. J. Daley of 550 King St. Newtown and entrant in the contest conveying the Council’s best wishes for his success”. Carried.

5349 Blaxland Shire Council Re Interpretation Of Words “Revenue” & “Works Expenditure”

Letter from the Blaxland Shire Council asking co-operation in an endeavour to secure an adjustment of the recent Industrial Court interpretation of the words “Revenue” and “Works Expenditure” in so far as they effect the salaries of Council’s servants. Moved by Alderman F. A. Newnham Seconded by Alderman Ryan “That the letter be “Received”. Carried.

5350 Public Health Dept. Re Milk Samples.

Letter from the Department of Public Health covering the analysis of twenty samples of milk all of which were found to be correct. “Received”.

5351 Works & Local Govt. Dept. Re Charity Meetings.

Letter from the Department of Works & Local Government notifying Council that any Public Meeting is convened in the cause of charity must first obtain the permission of the Chief Secretary before such meetings are held. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” in this information be publicised as much as possible.”

5352 Works & Local Govt. Dept. Re Works Programmes.

Letter from the Department of Works & Local Government forwarding copy of conditions which apply to Works Programmes under the new scheme of employment. It was resolved that the letter be “Received” and laid upon the table.

5353 Local Govt. Assn. Re Memorandum Of Assn. Of Local Govt. Insurance Co.

The Local Government Association of N.S.W. Forwarded copy of the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the Local Government Mutual Insurance Ltd. “Received”.

5354 Enmore Activity School Re Meeting.

Letter from the Headmaster Enmore Activity School Inviting the Mayor and Aldermen to be present at a meeting of the Vocational Guidance Committee on Wednesday 23rd September 1936 at 8pm. It was resolved that the invitation be accepted and as many as can make it convenient attend the meeting.”

5355 W. G. Salmon Re Long Service Leave.

Letter from W. G. Salmon thanking Council for granting his request for Long Service Leave. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and expression of this Council’s goodwill be forwarded to Mr. Salmon with the wish for a very speedy recovery to health and strength”.

5356 Standards Assn Of N.S.W. Re Street Lighting.

Letter from the Standards Association of N.S.W. forwarding a draft Interim Report of an Australian Standard for Street Lighting. It was resolved “That the letter be “Received” and referred to the Lighting Committee for attention.”

5357 Allen Allen & Hemsley Re Transfer Of Lease.

Letter from Allen Allen & Hemsley forwarding Memorandum of Transfer of lease from Acetylene Supplies Ltd. to Commonwealth Oxygen & Acetylene Co. Ltd. of premises situated in Council Street Newtown and asking that the Memorandum of Transfer be executed under the Common Seal of the Council. Moved by Ald. F. A. Newnham Seconded by Ald. Roberts “That the letter be “Received” and Council agree to the transfer as requested and the Mayor and Town Clerk be empowered to fix the Common Seal of the Council to the Memorandum of Transfer”. Carried.

5358 Neon Service Co. Re Sign Over Awning On Town Hall Premises.

Letter from Neon Service Company advising that they would be prepared to remove the sign over the awning on the Town Hall premises in Bedford St. provided Council is willing to pay the sum of £12 cost of erecting and removing same. Moved by Ald. Sheehan Seconded by Alderman Ryan “That the letter be “Received” and dealt with in open Council.” Carried.

5359 Ald. Ryan Re Removal Of Sign Over Awning On Town Hall Premises.

Alderman Ryan moved “That the Neon Service Co. Be given seven days in which to remove their sign from over the awning on the Town Hall premises in Bedford St. Newtown.” Seconded by Alderman Collyer and carried.

Alderman F. A. Newnham, Roberts and Goddard asked that their names be recorded against this motion.

 

Reports

5360 Engineer’s Report.

The Engineer submitted his report of works completed or in progress during the past fortnight together with an addendum giving a list of temporary employees. Moved by Alderman F. A. Newnham Seconded by Alderman Roberts “That the engineer’s report and addendum of list of temporary employees be “Received” and adopted. Carried.

5361 Ald. Ryan Re Messrs. Coles Hicks McQuillan & Mills.

Arising out of the Engineer’s report Alderman Ryan asked why F. Coles H. Hicks A. McQuillan and W. Mills were shown on the list of Temporary Employees when it was stated in Council that they were Permanent Employees. The Deputy Mayor replied that no resolution had actually been passed in this regard.

5362 Ald. Roberts Re Resolution Concerning Permanent Employees.

Ald. Roberts asked permission to move a resolution that the men in question be permanent employees.

5363 Ald. F. Newnham Re Above Resolution.

Ald. F. A. Newnham raised a point of order in connection with this procedure and Alderman Roberts then gave notice of motion that he would move at the next meeting of the Council “That F. Coles H. Hicks A. McQuillan and W. Mills be permanent employees of the Council”.

5364 Health Insp. Report.

The Health Inspector submitted his report as contained on folio 143 of the Health Inspector’s Report book. Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Ald. F. A. Newnham “That the Health Inspector’s report be “Received” and adopted and the applications mentioned in paragraph 3 be granted.” Carried.

 

Questions Without Notice.

5365 Ald. Goddard Re Sanitary Facilities At Newtown Public School.

Alderman Goddard moved “That this Council enters an emphatic protest at the continued delay of the Education Dept. in providing suitable sanitary facilities at the Newtown Public School and request that the Minister for education be asked to attend the next meeting of the Council’s Works Committee and inspect the position with a view to having the matter finalised.” Seconded by Ald. Ryan and carried.

5366 Ald. F. Newnham Re Proposal To Floodlight Paths Of King St.

Moved by Ald. F. A. Newnham Seconded by Ald. Goddard “That in view of the response to Council’s circular regarding the proposal to floodlight the paths of King Street and Enmore Road the matter be left in abeyance till a future date.”

Amendment moved by Ald. Sheehan Seconded by Ald. Collyer “That a Public Meeting be called for all people concerned to obtain their views on the matter.” On being submitted the Amendment was lost. The Motion was then submitted and declared carried.

Moved by Alderman Roberts Seconded by Alderman F. A. Newnham “That the Council do now resolve into a Committee of the Whole.” Carried.

Upon resuming in Council it was reported that while in Committee of the Whole the following matters had been considered and recommendations are accordingly made; –

5367 Asphaltic Concrete Surface Course – King Street Construction.

  1. That the asphaltic concrete surface course required for the reconstruction of the eastern side of King St. be supplied by the Main Roads Dept. in accordance with the recommendation of this Council’s Engineer.

5368 Regulations Governing Parks & Playgrounds.

  1. Regulations governing the care control and management of Parks & Reserves in this Municipality be as follows; –
  2. A person shall not bring any animal or vehicle into this reserve.
  3. No person over the age of Fourteen (14) years shall use the swings roundabouts etc. for a longer period than three minutes at any one time.
  4. The swings roundabouts etc. must not be used between the hours of 5.30pm and 8.30am.
  5. No person shall leave any papers refuse or rubbish on this reserve.
  6. The throwing of sand rubbish etc. and the use of water pistols and the like are prohibited.
  7. No organised games in meetings are permitted in this area.
  8. No person shall use of obscene or profane language or behave in an unseemly manner.

 

A person offending against any of the above will be removed from the reserve and will be subject to a penalty up to £5 for the first offence and up to £10 for any subsequent offence.

And that they be printed and corrected as soon as possible.

 

  1. That Regulation No. 2 “That no person over the age of 14 years shall use the swings etc be also written in a conspicuous place on such facilities.
  2. That the Mayor and the Town Clerk be authorised to ascertain and report to next meeting if any people living adjacent to the various Playing Areas would be prepared to remove Swings and lock and unlock the Roundabouts and what consideration they would require for such services.

Moved by Ald. Roberts Seconded by Ald. F. A. Newnham “That the report of the Committee of the Whole be “Received” and adopted and the recommendations therein be carried into effect.”

 

And there being no further business the Meeting terminated.

 

Confirmed at an Ordinary Meeting of the Council held at the Town Hall Newtown on Tuesday 6th October 1936 at 7.30pm.

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