Our next meeting following our taking a break over summer will be held on Wednesday 9th September – having been shifted to the second Wednesday of the month due to a clash with neighbouring Mull’s regular slot, to make it easier for our ward councillors to join us. As always, members of the public are welcome to attend to observe the meeting.
The agenda is below as are the draft minutes as previously published as well as a proposed correction to these, for the last meeting in July.
TIREE COMMUNITY COUNCIL PUBLIC MEETING by Zoom
Wednesday 9 September 2020 7 pm
2. Conflicts of interest
3. Minutes of the last meeting and matters arising
4. Correspondence: exposed dump on Crossapol beach; benches around
Tiree; meeting of Tiree Transport Forum; Electors Annual Canvass; Tiree
Wave Classic; campervan scheme; participation requests to Argyll and
Bute Council; car access to Tiree’s beaches; internet coverage; projection
of population on Tiree over the next ten years; Gaelic speaking on Tiree,
a new survey; governance issues
5. By-election (supersedes co-options)
6. Towards a new Tiree Community Council planning policy
7. Representation of Tiree’s on Argyll and Bute Council Sounding Board
and the Scottish Government’s Islands Strategic Group
8. Transport update
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