Council's waiting for a response
9:00am Sunday 22nd July 2012 in News
BETWS councillors are still seeking assurances over a number of concerns relating to the Ffordd y Glowyr estate.
Members have previously expressed fears over lagoons on the site, the method of tipping, the possibility of the tip moving - and the fact local children were playing near these “dangerous” areas.
But community clerk Cerith Griffiths told members he had not received replies to letters sent to head of planning Eifion Bowen or contractors TRJ.
Alderman Arnallt James suggested that in view of the lack of any response the council should write directly to chief executive Mark James.
“There’s lots of kids on that estate and the school holidays are coming up,” said Cllr Cath Smith.
Cllr Annette Price agreed.
“It’s lucky we haven’t had a fatality there,” she said.
County councillor Ryan Bartlett said there had been talk of “fencing in” the lagoons.
But he confirmed the local authority had imposed no restrictions on the number of lorries travelling to the recycling facility through the estate.
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