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May17 Created by david williams on 5/17/2018 5:34:27 PM

Police have launched an investigation after the alleged incident on Saturday evening
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Iolo says he hopes that Council have plans to counter destruction caused by new school
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Fed up parents and schools will be backed by police action if problems persist
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The row over the correct spelling of a village name has taken a turn for the worse
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War hero’s touching moment as he remembers the friends he left behind
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Want to ask Council a question?

 
Created on 20/12/2017 @ 06:19
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Local residents will be able to ask questions in next month’s county council meeting as part of a public participation initiative.

Earlier this year the county council allowed members of the public to ask questions at a meeting of full council for the first time as part of a trial to improve links with county residents. The council has now agreed to have a 20-minute slot at the start of each county council agenda for public questions.

The next meeting of full council will be on January 25 and questions need to be submitted by 5pm on January 10 to be considered.

Questions must relate to Powys and/or the services the council provides. If accepted by the Chair of Council they will be added to the Council Agenda in the order in which they are received.

Anyone interested in submitting a question should visit the council’s website www.powys.gov.uk  for more information.

 

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