WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE ORDINARY MEETING OF THE PARISH COUNCIL

HELD ON MONDAY 5th JULY 2010 IN THE MERRY BELLS AT 7.30 pm

PRESENT: Councillors: R J Reilly (Chairman), J. M. Carr G. Birks, R. T .Bell,

C Sprent (until 9.53pm), N Messenger, S Coleridge, A Knapp, C Dalton, M Fyffe (from 8.53 pm), J Coveley (until 9.53 pm) & R Old (from 7.55

pm)

OFFICER: Gareth Morris, Clerk to the Parish Council

ALSO PRESENT: County Councillor Anne Purse and 9 members of the public

The Chairman welcomed those present to the meeting and gave the housekeeping notices. He also stated his intention to take item 4(a)(ii) – Cullum Recreation Ground, Item 10 – Planning Application at 112 London Road and item 12 – Tree at St Mary’s Close – after Open Forum to allow any members of the public present to speak to those items before the Parish Council took any decision.

26  APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllrs Devlin, Stacey and Willmott

27  THE MINUTES OF THE PARISH COUNCIL AGM AND ORDINARY MEETING HELD ON 11TH MAY 2010 which had been circulated previously were signed as a correct and accurate record after the following amendments had been made:

  • In the heading, change “11th May” to “10th May”
  • Minute 1, third line – change “car” to “Carr”
  • Minute 6(iii), third line – add “membership would continue for a further 12 months”
  • Minute 10(i) – delete “on Church
  • Minute 10(ii), second line – delete all after “Group” up to before “on” and replace with” including Jim Watson”.
  • Minute 18(v) – replace “7th” with “5th”

28  The MINUTES of THE Extra Ordinary Meeting of the Parish Council  of Monday 21st June  2010 (circulated with the Agenda) were signed as a correct and accurate record

29 MATTERS ARISING

a) 11th May 2010

i)        Minute 10(ii) Cullum Rd Recreation Ground – deferred until after Open Forum – See minute 42

ii)        Minute 13 – Land adjoining Littleworth Park – Cllr Bell, who spoke at the SODC Planning Committee objecting to the application on behalf of the Parish Council, reported that the application for development had been granted. Parish Councillors felt that when detailed planning permission was sought there would still be the opportunity to retain the current route of the footpath behind Barlows Close. Cllr Bell also reported that it seemed that Coopers Close had not been adopted by the County Council and this might have a bearing on development.

iii)        Open Forum – page three. Cllr Carr agreed to follow up her request to SODC to clear the High Street and surrounding roads of the grit that had been out down in the winter.

iv)        Minute 5(vii) – The Clerk admitted that he had yet to write a letter of thanks to Mr James Dalton thanking him for his role as Public Transport representative.

b) 21st June 2010 – None

30   THE MINUTES of the meetings of the Planning Committees held on Wednesday 12th May (circulated previously) and Wednesday 9th June (tabled) were received.

31   THE MINUTES of the meetings of the F&GP Committee meetings  held on:

Monday 17th May 2010 (previously circulated) and Monday 21st June 2010, (circulated with the Agenda) were received.

32  THE MINUTES of the Traffic and Roads Advisory Committee meeting of 14th June 2010, which had been circulated with the Agenda were received and adopted. It was noted that, in the absence of the Clerk, Cllr Birks had taken the minutes

i)     Minute 7 – Request to County Council and consultation with residents of Bell Lane on the closure of the High Street end of Bell Lane following the pedestrian/car accident.

Cllr Birks proposed and Cllr Dalton seconded that a consultation letter based on the Cllr Dalton’s draft as appeared in the minutes, be sent to all the households in Bell Lane, before contacting the County Council. This was Agreed with 10 in favour and one abstention. A piece would be put in the next issue of the newsletter.

33  CO-OPTION OF NEW PARISH COUNCILLOR

Mrs Ruth Old was present at the meeting and expressed a wish to be co-opted on to the Parish Council. The Chairman invited Mrs Old to say a little bit about herself after which Cllr Bell proposed and Cllr Coleridge seconded that Mrs Old be co-opted on to the Parish Council. This was Agreed unanimously. Mrs Old signed the Declaration of Acceptance and took her place with the Parish Council.

Cllr Old would serve on the Finance and General Purposes Committee

34  TO RECEIVE THE REPORT OF THE INTERNAL AUDITOR (Mr B Rollerson) FOR THE YEAR 2009-2010 (Report circulated with the Agenda)

The Clerk highlighted two issues from Paragraphs I and J of the Report.

The Auditor had called the return on the money on deposit in the Treasury Bill account as ‘abysmal’ and a better rate should be investigated.  It was Agreed that the matter be taken up by the Finance and General Purposes Committee.

Secondly the £57.86 difference in the bank reconciliation would need to be found.

It was Agreed that checking the bank reconciliation at the Finance and General Purposes Committee should be discussed at that committee.

35  TO CONSIDER PLANNING APPLICATION P10/W0631, 122 LONDON ROAD – PROPOSED CONVERSION AND MINOR EXTENSION OF EXISTING DWELLING HOUSE – Deferred until after Open Forum – see minute 39

36  TO CONSIDER  THE REPORT AND ESTIMATES FROM TREE CARE ASSOCIATES RE HORSE CHESTNUT TREE IN ST MARY’S CLOSE. (See minute 99, Parish Council meeting, March 2010) – deferred until after Open forum – see minute 40

37    TO CONSIDER A REQUEST FROM  WHEATLEY SCOUT TO USE CHURCH ROAD RECREATION AREA FOR THEIR ANNUAL FETE ON FIRST BANK HOLIDAY IN MAY – Cllr Birks proposed and Cllr Carr seconded that this request be granted. This was Agreed. The Clerk would write pointing out the lack of power and toilet facilities.

38  REPORTS FROM OUTSIDE BODIES

a) Neighbourhood Action Group – there was to be major road works at the A40/A418 junction which would necessitate its overnight closure 3rd/4th September and a diversion using London Road, Wheatley

It was Agreed that the issue of speeding/dangerous driving on Ladder Hill be on the next F&GP Agenda

b) The Howe Trust – prioritisation of work for the next 6-9 months was about to be undertaken.

c) Merry Bells Management Committee – a copy of letter sent to the MBMC, from a resident expressing concern about the loss of the two lime trees when the forecourt of the Merry Bells is redeveloped, was read out. Cllr Carr, as Parish Council representative on the MBMC explained that permission had been sought and granted from SODC to remove the trees which would be replaced with flowering cherries. A reply to the resident had been sent explaining the situation.

Open Forum8.30 pm The Chairman declared the Council out of session and invited the County and District Councillors and members of the public to speak.

County Councillor Anne Purse – Local Transport Plan 3, Consultation 5 had now finished and it was now entering its last stage. There is a concern that the expansion of the Thornhill Park and Ride may fall victim to the cuts in public expenditure.

Signs indicating “Unsuitable for HGVs” would be installed on the roads leading into the village.

District Councillor Janet Carr – The responsibility for the Concessionary fares scheme was being transferred from the District Council to the County Council. The time the fares come into operation will move from 9.00am to 9.30pm

The Chairman asked for anyone wishing to speak on the Planning Application for 112 London Road. The applicant, Mr McCarthy, made a statement as did, Mr Fox, one of the objectors present.

The Chairman then read out the report received from Tree Care Associates on the horse chestnut tree in St Mary’s Close and asked if any resident would like to speak.

Mrs Simpson, 7 St Mary’s Close, made a statement requesting that the Parish Council once again becomes a ‘good neighbour’ and tends to this tree and cuts it back so it does not overhang her and others’ property and shed leaves and conkers on to cars and drives. Three other residents supported her statement

8.53 pm Cllr Fyffe joined the meeting

9.03 – The Chairman declared the Council back in session

39. TO CONSIDER PLANNING APPLICATION P10/W0631, 112 LONDON ROAD – PROPOSED CONVERSION AND MINOR EXTENSION OF EXISTING DWELLING HOUSE

The Clerk read out a number of letters of objection to, and in support of the application that appeared on the SODC website.

Cllr Carr proposed and Cllr Dalton seconded that the Parish Council recommends refusal of this application, on the grounds of; noise generation, generation of traffic across the footpath, overdevelopment of the site which is out of character with the area. This was Agreed unanimously.

41. TO CONSIDER THE REPORT AND ESTIMATES FROM TREE CARE ASSOCIATES RE HORSE CHESTNUT TREE IN ST MARY’S CLOSE.

It was Agreed to get quotes for attending to the tree in line with the advice from Tree Care Associates and the limitations placed on any action by SODC Tree Officers. The advice had been that work should be carried out in the summer and not, as the Parish Council had previously stated, in the autumn.

42. MATTERS ARISING FROM THE PARISH COUNCIL MEETING OF 11th may 2010

Minute 10(ii) Cullum Rd Recreation Ground

Cllr Birks gave a verbal report of a meeting held with two complainants, attended by herself, the Chairman of the Council, the Clerk, PCSO Cooney and PC Gregory. The residents were complaining, in particular, about footballs being kicked against their garden fence. Generally councillors felt that something should be done to alleviate this problem, short of removing the ‘target goal’ that had been installed. It was agreed that estimates for wire mesh fencing to be installed along the fence, about a metre away, be considered by the next F&FP committee.

Some councillors expressed concern about the problem of lack of watering of the plants and shrubs. Cllr Fyffe explained that the installers were to pay a number of visits to make sure that the shrubs etc survived.

9.53 pm Cllrs Sprent and Coveley left the meeting

43   TO CONSIDER MATTERS RELATING TO WHEATLEY PARK SPORTSFIELD  MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

a) The Annual Accounts for 2009-2010 were received. It was noted that Parish Council’s contribution to funding in 2009-2010 was £9,533.02. £8,000 is paid as four quarterly instalments, therefore a further £1,523.02 was due from the parish Council

b) Cllr Bell gave a verbal report of the 2010 AGM. He remained as Chairman of the Committee. The report of the SODC Planning Officer on the development of the new pavilion was still awaited.

44  CORRESPONDENCE – NOTED

a)            Oxfordshire NHS – ‘come and talk health’ – getting involved in your

local NHS*

b)            Oxfordshire Countryside Access Guide* – electronic copy only

c)            Oxford Brookes University – Minutes of Residents’ Associations    meeting.*

d)            Letter from resident concerning the removal of the tress outside the    Merry Bells.

* on display in Parish Council

45.     CALENDAR OF MEETINGS. – NOTED

a)    Planning Committee – Wednesday 14th July – 7.30pm

b)    F&GP Committee – Monday 19th July 2010 – 7.30pm

c)    Planning Committee  – Wednesday 11th August 2010 – 7.30pm

d)    Parish Council – Monday 6th September 2010

The meeting closed at 10.00pm

WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE EXTRA ORDINARY MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

HELD ON MONDAY 21st JUNE 2010 IN THE MERRY BELLS AT 8.00 pm

PRESENT: Councillors: J. M. Carr (Chairman), G. Birks, R. T .Bell, E. M. Stacey, C Sprent, N Messenger & S Coleridge

OFFICER: Gareth Morris Clerk to the Parish Council

ALSO PRESENT: Two members of the public

In the absence of the Chairman, the Vice-Chairman, Cllr J Carr chaired the meeting,

23. APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE had been received from Cllrs Reilly, Dalton, Coveley, Fyffe, Willmott & Devlin.

24. TO RECEIVE THE FINAL ACOUNTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2009-2010

i)             To approve and sign the final accounts for the financial year 2009 – 2010

The Clerk reported that Mr Brian Rollerson had visited the Parish Office the previous Friday to inspect the council’s accounts and various other

documentation. There was an imbalance of £57.86 on the bank reconciliation as of 31st March 2010 which had to be found. Otherwise everything else was satisfactory and he had signed Section Four of the Annual Return.

Mr Rollerson’s report had been received that afternoon. One criticism was the poor rate of return that the Council was receiving from its Treasury Deposits and a better rate of return should be found.

The report will be distributed in full for discussion at the July Parish Council meeting

The clerk distributed a new Balance Sheet, Income and Expenditure Account and Section 1 of the Annual Return including amendments that had been discussed with and agreed by Mr Rollerson that morning

Cllr Birks proposed and Cllr Stacey seconded that the final accounts for the financial year 2009 – 2010 be approved and signed. This was Agreed unanimously

ii)             To receive and approve SECTIONS 1 (Statement of Accounts) and SECTION 2 (Annual Governance Statement) OF THE ANNUAL RETURN FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2009-2010.

iii)

Cllr Birks proposed and Cllr Messenger seconded that SECTIONS 1 (Statement of Accounts) and SECTION 2 (Annual Governance Statement) OF THE ANNUAL RETURN FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2009-2010 be approved and signed.

This was Agreed unanimously

25. DATE OF NEXT MEETING – MONDAY 5TH JULY 2010 – NOTED

The meeting closed at 8.10 pm

WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

MINUTES OF THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OF THE COUNCIL

HELD ON MONDAY 11th MAY 2010AT THE MERRY BELLS AT 7.30PM

PRESENT: Councillors: J Reilly (Chairman), J. M. Carr (Retiring Chairman), C .M. Dalton,

G. Birks, R. T .Bell, P Willmott , M Fyffe ,E. M. Stacey, J Coveley, P Devlin (until 9.30pm), C Sprent, N Messenger, S Coleridge & A Knapp (from 8.05pm)

OFFICER: Gareth Morris Clerk to the Parish Council

ALSO PRESENT: County Councillor Anne Purse and one member of the public  

The Retiring Chairman welcomed all to the meeting. She then thanked the Councillors for their support she had received from them during her three year term of office.

1          ELECTION of Chairman for 2010 – 11 and Acceptance of Office

Cllr Reilly was proposed by Cllr Birks and seconded by Cllr Stacey. There being no other candidate Cllr car was declared elected and signed the Acceptance of Office after the meeting

Cllr Reilly thanked Cllr Carr for her hard work as Chairman of the Council. This was echoed by the whole council.

2          APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE – none

3          ELECTION of Vice-chairman

Cllr Carr was proposed by Cllr Dalton and seconded by Cllr Birks. There being no other candidate Cllr Carr was declared elected.

4          FORMAL ADOPTION OF STANDING ORDERS (INCLUDING CODE OF         CONDUCT)

Cllr Dalton proposed and Cllr Willmott seconded that the Standing orders (including the Code of Conduct) be adopted. This was Agreed

5          APPOINTMENT of Committees;

` The chairman and vice-chairman are ex-officio members of every committee

a)  Standing Committees

i)   Finance & General Purposes

Cllrs Bell, Devlin, Fyffe, Birks, Coleridge, Carr &Stacey

ii)  Planning

Cllrs, Coveley, Sprent, Willmott, Messenger & Dalton

b) Advisory Committees and Working Groups

i) Traffic and Roads Advisory Committee (TRAC)

Cllrs Dalton, Fyffe, Bell, Reilly, Coveley, Sprent, Stacey, Carr, Birks & Messenger

ii) Recreation Areas Working Group

Cllrs Fyffe, Reilly and Dalton

6    CONFIRMATION of representatives to outside bodies:

i Merry Bells Management Committee; Cllr Carr

ii   Oxfordshire  Association of Local Councils; Cllrs Janet Carr.& Ellie Stacey

iii   Wheatley Sports Field Management Committee; Messrs Peter Bayliss, Richard Cosier, and Paul Edson, and Cllrs Roger Bell, Messenger & Paul Willmott.

Cllr Bell proposed and Cllr Dalton seconded that

iv Howe Trust; Cllrs Caroline Dalton and Gwendolen Birks and Janet Carr

v Park Sports Centre Advisory Committee; Cllr Roger Bell

vi   Wheatley Charities; Mr Peter Targett, (until 2013) and Mr Graham Colverson (until 2011)

vii   Public Transport Representative; Mr James Dalton.

Mr Dalton was given a vote of thanks for the work he puts in to his role as Public  Transport Representative

viii   Wheatley Windmill Preservation Society; Cllr Caroline Dalton

FIRST STATUTORY MEETING OF WHEATLEY PARISH COUNCIL

for council year 2010 – 11

7   APOLOGIES FOR ABSENCE – None

8   MINUTES of the meeting of the Parish Council of Monday 1st  March

2010, circulated previously, were signed as a correct and accurate record

9  CO-OPTION OF NEW PARISH COUNCILLOR

It was Agreed to take item 15 – Co-option of new parish councillor

Mrs Angela Knapp was present at the meeting and she explained that she wished to stand for co-option to the Parish Council. Mrs Knapp gave details of her address and occupation.

Cllr Birks proposed and Cllr Carr seconded that Mrs Knapp be co-opted on to the Parish Council. Agreed unanimously

Cllr Knapp joined the meeting (8.05 pm) and signed the acceptance of Office

There remains one vacancy on the Parish Council

10  MATTERS ARISING from the meeting held on Monday 1st March 2010

i)    Minute 97(i) – Waiting restrictions etc on Church along Church Road – nothing to

report

ii)   Minute 97(ii) – Review of 2004 Village Plan – Cllrs present at the March meeting would present a report to the wider Village Plan Group 9including The Wheatley Society) on Tuesday 8th June at 7.30 pm

iii)    Minute 97(iii) – update re Cullum Road Recreation Area project. Cllr Fyffe reported that the refurbished recreation ground opened for the second week of the Easter holidays. There were issues of alleged anti-social behaviour such as motor cycle riding etc. which would be addressed. Signs, seats and tables would be provided and ROSPA had made comments which meant that extra costs would be incurred. She was also trying to address the problem of cats using the sand pit

iv)    Minute 97(v) – Shotover Estate’s policy on public access. Cllr Carr had had a site meeting with Alexander Stanier and his agent. The Estate would drain the area by the Westfield entrance; provide a wider ‘Kissing Gate’ at the entrance and one to replace the stile across the field. There was still the issue of the locked gates at the Park Hill entrance but Cllr Carr was hopeful that a compromise might be reached on providing access at least for mobility scooters.

v)    Minute 99(ii)(b) Horse Chestnut tree in St Mary’s Close – in reply to a question from Cllr Bell the Clerk replied he hoped to set up a site visit with the tree surgeon and Cllrs Dalton, Devlin and Reilly either the coming Saturday or the Saturday after. Residents would be informed of the date and time.

11 THE MINUTES of the meetings of the Planning Committee held on the following dates were received:

i.)    Wednesday 10th March 2010, circulated previously

ii.) Wednesday 31st March 2010, circulated previously

iii.)    Wednesday 21st April 2010, circulated with the Agenda

a)      The Planning Committee recommends that future meetings are held every calendar month rather than every 3 weeks as at the moment (as SODC’s Planning Committee is now going to meet monthly not every three weeks as previously).

Agreed

12. THE MINUTES of the meetings of the F&GP Committee meetings held on:

i)        Monday 15th March 2010, circulated previously

ii)        Monday 19th April 2010, circulated with the Agenda

a)    Minute 5 – Parish Council website – to consider going live at the start of June – Agreed

b)    Minute 8 – Wheatley Park Sportsfield Management Committee. The Parish Council can see no objection why the new contract should not be offered to M J Watts and to confirm that the Parish Council is bound by the current agreement.- Agreed

8.30 pm The Chairman declared the Council out of session and asked the County and District Councillors to speak

County Councillor Anne Purse – the plan for the extension of the Park and Ride car park at Thornhill was to go ahead. A plan for differentiated charging, for those parking and travelling to London might be introduced.

A new stage in the consultation process on the OCC Local Transport  Plan 3 had just started. She felt that a second meeting of the attendees of the first meeting on A40 road noise should be convened.

District Councillor Carr – SODC had agreed to clear the grit that had been left during the winter on High Street and surrounding roads in the village.

8.50 pm – The Chairman declared the Council back in session

Agreed that the Clerk, in consultation with Anne Purse, convene a second meeting of the interested parties re A40 road noise.

13. TO CONSIDER PLANNING APPLICATION P10/W0461/O(Outline)(Minor) Land Adjoining Little Worth Park Coopers Close  Development of 2 x 2 bedroom houses, 4 x 3 bedroom houses and 1 x 3-4 bedroom house

The Clerk reported that a number of residents had written directly to SODC, only one had copied their letter to the Parish Council. These mainly reiterated the objections made to the previous objections.

Cllr Bell read out a number of points he felt should be made to SODC about the failure of the new application to meet the Inspectors reason for dismissing the original one.

Cllr Dalton proposed and Cllr Carr seconded that the Parish Council recommend to SODC that this application be refused. Agreed unanimously. It was further Agreed that the points made by Cllr Bell, with emphasis on the footpath being integral to the Primary School’s Travel Plans, along with the original objections made by the Parish Council be incorporated into the parish’s reasons for recommending refusal.

14.  TO RECEIVE A PETITION ON THE PROVISION OF TOILETS IN THE VILLAGE   PRESENTEDTO THE CHAIRMAN OF THE PARISH COUNCIL AT THE ANNUAL PARISH MEETING

A petition of some 97 signatories had been handed to the Chairman at the end of the Annual Parish Meeting in March. It requested ‘that plans are made and quickly proceeded with to provide toilet facilities in the village’.

The Council carefully considered the Petition and Agreed

  • The expense of providing toilets would be substantial and beyond our means
  • The Police objected to the previous toilet provision (provided and now withdrawn by the District Council) on the grounds of public policy and safety
  • The Council is unable to provide the requested toilet facilities

15.  REPORTS FROM OUTSIDE BODIES

i)        Neighbourhood Action Group – Cllr Reilly reported that following the recent consultation issue for Wheatley were, on top of the usual ones of speeding and parking: vandalism and Anti Social Behaviour; Litter and Flytipping. 116 out of the 213 responses said there were ‘no issues’. The Police welcomed the parish Councils intention to place a Youth shelter in Church Road recreation Ground.

9.30 – Cllr Devlin left the meeting

ii)        The Howe Trust – Cllr Dalton reported that the Howe Trust now owned the strip of land in Howe Close leading to the Howe.

iii)        The Park Sports Centre Joint User Group – Cllr Bell reported that the changes to the gym would be started in the near future. Usage of the centre overall continued to rise

iv)        Meeting with the Primary School re the School Travel Plan

Cllr Birks tabled a report of the meeting held on 24th March, between Parish Councillors, School Governors, the Headteacher and Mr Early (OCC School Travel Plans Officer). It was Agreed that the report be attached to the minutes of the Parish Council meeting and that it be sent to the Headteacher and Chairman of Governors

16   TO CONSIDER MATTERS RELATING TO WHEATLEY PARK SPORTSFIELD  MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

i)         Cllr Bell reported on a meeting between Members of the Management Committee with Mr Uzzell (WPSFMC planning consultant), District Councillor Carr and Sharon Crawford (Planning Officer SODC) at the site of the proposed pavilion development on the sports field at Holton. The feedback received from the Planning officer was encouraging.

9.50 pm Cllr Carr proposed and Cllr Birks seconded that Standing orders be suspended for 10 minutes in order to finish the Agenda – Agreed

17  CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVED AND NOTED

i)   Oxfordshire Playing Fields Association Spring 2010 Newsletter*

ii)   CPRE – Members’ Guide 2010 & “Countryside Voice” Spring 2010*

iii)   The Haseleys –May 2010*

iv)   Oxfordshire nature Conservation Forum –“ Oxfordshire Biodiversity News”*

v)   Oxfordshire Playing Fields Association – Spring 2010 newsletter*

vi)   Wheatley URC May 2010 newsletter*

vii)  Little Milton May 2010 newsletter*

* on display in Parish Council

18.   CALENDAR OF MEETINGS – Noted

i)    Planning Committee  – Wednesday 12th May 2010 – 7.30pm

ii)    F&GP Committee – 24th May 2010 – 7.30pm

iii)    Planning Committee  – Wednesday 9th June 2010 – 7.30pm

iv)    F&GP Committee – Monday 21st June 2010 – 7.30pm

v)    Parish Council Meeting – Monday 7th July 2009– 7.30 pm

21.   RESOLUTION TO EXCLUDE THE PUBLIC

Cllr Dalton proposed and Cllr Carr seconded “ that under Section 100A(4) of the Local Government Act 1972, the public be excluded on the grounds that it involves the likely disclosure of exempt information as defined in paragraph X of Part 1 of Schedule 12A to the Act, namely private contractual and employment matters.”

Agreed

22. THE MINUTES OF THE CONFIDENTIAL SESSIONS OF THE FINANCE AND GENERAL PURPOSES MEETING OF 15th MARCH &19th APRIL 2010– circulated with this Agenda were received

Meeting closed at 9.53 pm