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Questions asked about extra costs for Harbour Bridge

Plaid Cymru - The Party Of Wales on Denbighshire County Council have requested that the Rhyl Harbour Bridge debacle be called in and scrutinised by the Council.

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Council to officially oppose Government proposals on farming future

Denbighshire County Council will officially oppose the Welsh Government’s consultation into Welsh farming, titled Brexit and Our Land, because of concerns that the proposals would have a negative impact on the local economy.

The Plaid Cymru group on Denbighshire County Council put forward a motion calling for Denbighshire to “(oppose) the proposals until the Welsh Government produces a comprehensive and detailed assessment of the potential impact to jobs and the economy in Denbighshire”.

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Families urged to consider adoption

Plaid Cymru Group supporting adoption

More people in Denbighshire are being urged to consider adopting so that every child can receive the love and stability they need in order to live a fulfilling life.

The Plaid Cymru Group on Denbighshire County Council made the call to coincide with the National Adoption Week.

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Controversial Kingdom pulls out of Denbighshire

The controversial littering firm, Kingdom Security, have announced that they will cease their contract with Denbighshire County Council in mid-August.

Plaid Cymru Group Leader on Denbighshire County Council, Cllr. Arwel Roberts, said: "Plaid Cymru have long called for the Kingdom contract to be terminated. Numbers from Denbighshire show that Kingdom were making their money in our most deprived communities, targeting smokers but not managing to tackle the problem of dog-fouling which is why they were brought into the County in the first place.

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Schoolbeat funding u-turn welcomed

A Welsh Government u-turn on funding a school liaison programme has been welcomed by Plaid Cymru’s Llyr Gruffydd AM and the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones.

Plaid Cymru had campaigned for police links with schools to be maintained after the Government decided to axe the Schoolbeat school liaison programme.

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Could Council introduce electric vehicle charging points?

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Denbighshire County Council could play an increasing role in tackling climate change as it looks at the possibility of increasing the number of electrical vehicle charging points across the county, and evaluates the use of potential alternative fuel sources to run its fleet of vehicles.

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MOTHBALLED CREAMERY SHOULD NOT MEAN END OF DAIRY PROCESSING IN VALE OF CLWYD

Mothballing the Arla creamery at Llandyrnog should not mean the end of dairy processing at the site, according to Plaid Cymru's North Wales AM Llyr Gruffydd.

He made his comments after a meeting with the Arla group, a multinational cooperative owned by farmers throughout Europe, at the site today.

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Council could be plastic free in two years

Denbighshire County Council could become plastic free, following a motion put forward by Plaid Cymru the Party Of Wales at today’s Full Council meeting (Tuesday 3 July).

 

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Scrapping council merger plans welcomed

The announcement that Labour’s Welsh Government has once again abandoned its plans to merge County Councils has been welcomed by Plaid Cymru in Denbighshire.

The Welsh Government’s Cabinet Secretary for Local Government announced at last week’s Welsh Local Government Conference that he was “happy to withdraw the map” and that there would be no reorganisation.

 

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Council merger plans a waste of time and insulting

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Concerns for future of Community Councils

The Welsh Government’s attempt at reforming Local Authority is a waste of time and money, say Plaid Cymru councillors in Denbighshire.

Denbighshire Council met today to agree on its official response to the Welsh Government’s Green Paper into Local Government Reform.

Plaid Cymru Group Leader, Cllr Arwel Roberts, said: “The Labour Government is trying to force county councils to merge against the will of the people and local democratic opinion.

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