STRATHKINNESS COMMUNITY COUNCIL.
Minutes of Meeting held on Wed 13th May 2015 at 7.30pm in Church Hall.
Minutes of the last meeting :-
Open space at The Glebe:-
Claremont Farm Wind Scheme:-
15 Drumcarrow Crescent: There were unlikely to be any formal objections to the plans.
Village Infrastructure Update:
The poor state of the Low Road Junction was raised, particularly the road surface, debris remaining after accidents, profusion of signs interfering with sight lines and lack of Slow Down warning signs.
The market garden area on Bonfield Road was raised again asking Fife Councillors if they could intervene in any way.
Fibre Optic Broadband has been installed by Openreach. In order for BT to activate this service individuals and local businesses wishing to subscribe to this accelerated Broadband service should register with BT Infinity. Villagers will be able to benefit from this infrastructure once demand is evident.
Long Term Projects:-
No update again on Magus Muir.
Traffic and Transportation Issues:-
The new speed warning sign has still not been re-
The white line painting at The Hungry Horse Junction has been done.
The poor state of the section of road and verges from Denbrae to Craigtoun Park was raised.
Also, the speed of traffic passing the Kincaple junctions, and associated dangers were discussed.
In light of the various traffic related matters arising at this meeting, it was agreed to ask I .Duncan to write to Mr Stirling of Fife Council highlighting the concerns and seeking guidance on whether any speed restriction notices could be put in place at these locations.
TAYplan Strategic Development Plan: A period of consultation has begun seeking any representations by 3rd July. I. Walker to respond as appropriate.
Letter of thanks received from Mr and Mrs Verner relating to a drainage problem on Sunnyside.
It was agreed to continue to meet on the second Wednesday of each month.
Youth Club AGM scheduled for 26th May.
It is possible that Fife Council will seek to obtain the land for the extension of car parking at Leuchars Railway Station, using a Compulsory Purchase Order..