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  • in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59392

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    £2000 fine plus £1700 costs

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59391

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    Either that or they have been taken in as well.

    in reply to: Planning Committee & Decision Making #59475

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    I have read all the comments in the Leader & I have supported Tanyfron the whole way, signed the petition, written comments, if fact everything that anyone would do, who actually doesn’t live or have any connection to the area. I feel for you, I really do. I would be devastated in your place. Obviously there is a lot of background stuff that I don’t know about.
    We had a small victory at the planning meeting & some of it was thanks to questions raised by the committee that I wouldn’t have even thought of. I had to speak as I found. I went there thinking that it was done & dusted genuinely. The only thing I would have questioned at the meeting was the lack of a right to reply. As I say it was the first meeting that I have ever been to. I did say that I didn’t know how I would feel if it had gone the other way. I do realise that we have only had a stay of execution.
    The lack of infrastructure is appalling. Schools & roads most importantly. Developers are a breed on their own. They are only interested in getting their plans passed & the money that they make. No matter whose lives that they ruin along the way. They make promises that they don’t keep. At the end of the day you can sleep at night knowing that you have done everything that you can.

    in reply to: Planning Committee & Decision Making #59474

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    I attended my first planning meeting last week & was impressed that an application that had been recommended for acceptance was refused. People on the committee who had personal involvement in the application left the room before it came onto the agenda & came back after it was done & dusted. First, someone was allowed to speak against the application (3 minutes) Second, the committee asked pertinent questions through the chair & then discussed the application before voting in a truly adult manner. It takes a lot to impress me these days but I hold my hands up to say that I was. If the decision had gone the other way I don’t know how I would have felt then. I genuinely thought that it was a done deal before the meeting.


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    Most posters want to have a say in how we want the town to be run. That we don’t feel that we are being listened to. We showed the strength of feeling with the Stansty bridge & got our way. I like the debates & it is good to see things from a different perspective. I feel very strongly about heritage, I don’t like change for its own sake only if it makes a significant improvement. I don’t like our green spaces being eroded. I am not interested in modern technology but love email & appreciate digital cameras & couldn’t do without my laptop.

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59390

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    This problem is not caused by the planning committee but by one man who thought that he was above the law. The key elements of this unique grade 2 listed building need to be restored to the state before criminal damage took place to ensure that the heritage will still be there for future generations. Once the rest of the building is developed there are strong reasons for believing that it will be left to fall down.

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59389

    zinger
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    I came to see you at the station this morning at 9.00am & again at 11am but you weren’t there.

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59388

    zinger
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    It’s unfortunate Jamie, that because of the way Dickens behaved, going in with the bulldozers when CADW were on a four week consultation period for listing, which he knew about, as well as the fact that he stood up in court saying that he had started a project to rebuild, means that I have no faith in anything connected with him. He caused the damage, he should pay for the rebuilding. He is using you as a front, expecting you to catch the flak. Yes, you are to blame by not at least protecting the galleries & drill hall from the weather. You, like Dickens, knew that the building was Grade 2 listed when you took it on.

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59387

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    Are you willing to meet a legal guarantee that you will repair the training galleries before any student accommodation is let? Will you publish the offer made to North Wales Miners Trust? Is it true that you are repairing the roof after receiving a final warning?

    in reply to: Maesgwyn Miners Rescue Centre #59386

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    Well, well. Curiousity killed the cat. Surprisingly, the figures match up. Same figure owed as was supposingly paid.

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