A number of matters arising at the Inveresk Community Council have now been resolved or are in the process of being completed.
Condensation in the new lighting on the outside of Inglis Memorial Hall has now been rectified. Painting of the double yellow lines in Edzell, which was meant to take place in April, has now been completed.
Parking signs to indicate that parking overnight was not permitted on the Muir have now been installed by the Parks Department at Angus Council.
Damage to bridges at Margie, Inchbare and Lethnot have been looked at and repaired if necessary.
Loose gravel on the road near Margie bridge, which was reported as being a danger, has now been swept. However, after recent rain fall it has been reported that this was once again a concern.
Exposed cables on the road at Careston were found to be BT’s responsibility and although understood to be dead wires will be removed.
Double bend signs at Pirner’s Brid have been ordered and will be fitted soon.
The road at Lethnot near the Hunthill junction, that was reported to be in bad repair was looked at and deemed safe by Angus Council. This was questioned by commuinty council members who felt the road was still unsafe.
The water butt at Edzell cemetery has been taken for repair. If a repair is not possible a new butt will be supplied.
Faults with the Tarfside telephone box have now been fixed.
Repairs to the Edzell cemetery gates are underway. Angus Council are obtaining aquote for repair and it expected to have the gates repaired in October.
Matters outstanding include: Poor drainage at Inglis Memorial Hall corner with Ramsay street; Dangerous wall at Gassie Brae, although may be resolved soon; Review of road signs at Little Brechin and Dunlappie Road.
The next meeting is on October 10 at 7.30 in Inglis Memorial Hall.