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Agenda for PC Meeting 22nd June

Agenda for the Virtual Meeting of Stockton Parish Council to be held via Zoom on Monday 22nd June at 7.15pm

Open Forum

Parishioners of Stockton are invited to address the Council on any relevant matter for a maximum of three minutes, with a total time for the open forum of 15 minutes

Apologies for absence

Parish Cllrs:

Acceptance of Apologies

Declarations of Interest

  • To receive declarations of interest from Councillors on items on the agenda
  • To receive written requests for dispensations for disclosable pecuniary interests (if any)
  • To consider any requests for dispensations as appropriate

Minutes of the monthly Parish Council Meeting, which took place on the 18th May 2020 

Matters arising from the previous meeting on the 18th May 2020 for ongoing attention

Planning Matters: -

a.New Planning Applications

b. Planning Decisions by District Council or County Council

Financial Matters: -

  1. Invoices received 
  2. Payments received 

Correspondence   

Annual Internal Audit

  • To consider the internal auditors report

Ongoing References: -

  1. Safer Neighbourhoods and Community Forum 
  2. Parish paths partnership
  3. Village Mowing
  4. Website
  5. Additions to street lighting
  6. Playing Field
  7. Cleaning road signs
  8. Memorial Field.
  9. Cemetery Extension
  10. A426 Stockton Crossroads
  11. Cemex

Removal and Additions to Ongoing Reference

Parish Council Calendar Actions

  • Budget Monitoring
  • Review Standing Orders (carried forward from 18th May)
  • Review Financial Regulations (carried forward from 18th May)
  • Audit of parish public paths (carried forward from 18th May)
  • Review Asset Register
  • Review Risk Assessment document.

Training and meetings

  • To receive reports from attendance at the above.

District Council Issues

To consider matters raised by District Cllr. L. Adam

County Council Issues

To consider matters raised by District Cllr. A. Crump.