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Council round-up: February 2016

Repairs to Caistor Parish Church are likely to cost about £200,000, Caistor Town Council heard last week (Thursday, February 11, 2016). A letter from the Rev Canon Ian Robinson was

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Lions apply to hold beer festival

The weekend of June 18 is set to be full of celebration for Caistor, with a beer festival and open gardens due to be held on the same days. Caistor

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Fallout continues over buildings list

The potentially sensitive issue of councillors calling for improvements to privately-owned property was highlighted on Thursday (February 11, 2016) during the public forum of a council meeting. Caistor Town Council

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Peace breaks out in legal row

Caistor Town Council has unexpectedly offered a reassurance to the Citizen over future access to supporting documents at its meetings. In a letter to the Citizen received yesterday (Friday, February

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Council seeks views about land near Waterhills

A last-ditch attempt to protect land near Waterhills from development is likely to be mounted by Caistor Town Council – but it will need local residents to get involved. Councillors

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Legal row: ‘Talk to each other’ says Monitoring Officer

The Monitoring Officer at West Lindsey District Council has responded after being contacted about a dispute over public access to documents during council meetings. The dispute began during the January

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Caistor votes Yes in referendum

Caistor has voted to accept the Neighbourhood Plan by 441 votes to 155. The votes were counted at the council chamber of West Lindsey District Council offices in Gainsborough today

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Caistor votes today on Neighbourhood Plan

Caistor is one of two communities within the West Lindsey District to vote on their Neighbourhood Plans today (Thursday, January 28, 2016), with the other being Nettleham near Lincoln. Work

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Legal row referred to Monitoring Officer

A dispute between the Citizen and Caistor Town Council has been referred to the Monitoring Officer at West Lindsey District Council. Details of the dispute were forwarded after the town

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Legal row interrupts council debate

A Caistor Town Council discussion about empty properties was interrupted last Thursday (January 14, 2016) by a legal challenge about public access to documents. As the discussion began, each councillor

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