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07 February 2020CASUAL VACANCY

NOTICE OF CASUAL VACANCY TO BE FILLED BY CO-OPTION

The Returning Officer at Northumberland County Council has confirmed that the regulation 10 requests from electors to call an election has not been fulfilled and the Parish Council can now fill the one casual vacancy by co-option.

NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to Rule 8 of the Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) Rule 1986 the Council will fill the casual vacancy by co-option. Public elections cannot be held until May 2021 but for the interim period election to the aforesaid Council will be voted for by the present sitting number of Councillors.

Written expressions of interest from persons wishing to serve as a parish councillor need to be submitted in writing to the Clerk to the Council at the address given below no later than 5.00 p.m. Friday 28th February 2020. Candidates may be invited to attend the Parish Council meeting to be held on Wednesday 4th March 2020 to meet members and to give a short presentation (2 or 3 minutes) on why they would like to be a parish councillor and what they feel they can offer to the community.

Telephone: 07541 774763
e-mail: lynemouthparishcouncil@hotmail.co.uk
Website: www.parish-council.com/lynemouth/
Clerk to Lynemouth Parish Council
Date: 8th February 2020

10 January 2020LYNEMOUTH LIBRARY CONSULTATION

Northumberland County Council's drop-in event will take place at Lynemouth library on Monday 13th January 2020 at 9.30 a.m. - 12 noon. Residents are encouraged to take some time to support the event and question officers.

26 November 2019FLY TIPPING ADVICE

FLY TIPPING is a serious environmental crime and Northumberland County Council  will use all powers available to it, including  prosecution to ensure offenders are held responsible for their crimes.

Unfortunately the rise of the illegal waste carriers, often advertising through social media, appears to be on the rise  and the Parish Council wishes to remind residents that the law requires them, when disposing of their waste, to use a registered waste carrier.

Residents are advised that if they are to use an independent waste carrier they must always ask  to see the  operator’s waste carrier licence which is issued by the Environment Agency, and the relevant waste transfer notes. This is really important because  if residents make the mistake of employing an unscrupulous operator and their waste is dumped illegally -  they are committing an offence and could face a large fine.

Householders should be particularly wary of businesses that only operate through social media and do not seem to have a landline phone number or business address. They should also be wary of anyone coming to their door offering to take away rubbish on the cheap. 

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