Lympstone Parish Council re-elects chairman
LYMPSTONE Parish Council has re-elected Rob Longhurst as its chairman. Mr Longhurst was selected again after councillors were asked to vote on the election of a chairman at a parish council meeting held last Monday, May 11. Cllr Acca was re-elected as vic
LYMPSTONE Parish Council has re-elected Rob Longhurst as its chairman.
Mr Longhurst was selected again after councillors were asked to vote on the election of a chairman at a parish council meeting held last Monday, May 11. Cllr Acca was re-elected as vice chairman.
"I'm absolutely delighted to have been given the chance to continue into my second year," said Mr Longhurst.
He anticipated there to be a number of issues of major importance to the Lympstone community to be dealt with in his second term as chairman.
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"Obviously the Courtlands (Cross) development is going to be a big issue throughout the year. I can't see that going away from the agenda.
"We (as a council) will also be pursuing the cycle way matter with regards to safety."
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The parish council, at this week's meeting, raised concern over the prospect of more cyclists speeding through the village's narrow lanes once the new section of the Exe Estuary Cycle way opens.
"We are all looking for some assurance from the county council that they will take action to protect the safety of people in the area.