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Elections to Somerset County Council

Elections to Somerset County Council will take place on Thursday 4 May. There are 55 seats to be filled when residents go to the ballot box and we want as many people as possible to get involved in the democratic process. As a key contact in your community, we would very much appreciate any help your council can give as we remind people to make sure they are registered to vote and encourage them to cast their vote on 4 May. To help with this, two posters have been produced by the Electoral Commission. If possible, we would be very grateful if you could print copies and display them where they can be seen by the public – for example on parish and town notice boards. Rather than sending large

Housing Notice

A tenant is moving out of one of the two bedroom houses at Smalls Mead, CHARLTON ADAM during the next few weeks. If the Parish Council knows of any families who are in need of local rented accommodation they should be advised to contact South Somerset District Council. This property will be let through the local authority Choice Based Lettings scheme, and the advertisement is due to appear on the website on Wednesday 15 March 2017. Yours sincerely Joanne Howe| Regional Administrator| Hastoe Group Tel: 01305 216930| Mobile: | Fax: 020 8943 2163 | Email: jhowe@hastoe.com|


Ask Chief Constable Andy Marsh Your questions live on facebook What policing questions would you like your Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Sue Mountstevens to put to your Chief Constable Andy Marsh? Residents are once again being encouraged to submit their local policing questions to the PCC, ahead of the next Facebook live video with the Chief Constable on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 12.30pm – the fourth in a series of live webchats. Over the course of the 30-minute live video, the PCC and Chief Constable will discuss questions raised by local people based on a number of key themes including burglary, drugs and anti-social behaviour (ASB). The webchat will be broadcast on Facebook live v

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