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TENBY CORPORATION At an adjourned Quarterly Meeting on Monday week, Alderman Wells, at some length, enlarged upon the importance of improving the approaches to the South Cliff Estate He proposed. That the old gateway at the end of St. George street, leading to the South Parade, be removed, the same being an obstruction and hindrance to extending the town, and the building of houses on the South Cliff Estate, as well as being a dangerous nuisance, two men having been killed, and many other lives placed in serious jeopardy, owing the narrow entrance of this gateway." Seconded by Alderman Rees. Proposed as an amendment by Mr Aren, and seconded by Mr Mends. "That the road under the arch be lowered a foot or eighteen inches to its former level, and that measures be taken to purchase the two cottages on the south of Mr Gibbs's house, belonging to Capt. Wells." Alderman Mason said that they should do all they could to improve the approaches to the South Cliff Estate without injuring the architectural antiquities of the town, or putting the Corporation or Board ot Health to expense; the cost should be borne by the building speculators, who would reap the benefit. For the amendment: The Mayor, C. Allen, Esq, G. White, Esq, Messrs. Gregory, W. M. Harries, G. Hughes, U; Mends, R. Mason, and R. Jenkins. For the original motion: Captain Wells, Messrs T. Bees, J. Gifford, W. W. Rees, and W. Gibbs. Proposed by Mr Allen, and seconded by Capt. Wells, That the Surveyor be authorised to prepare a plan and estimate of the expenses as to the improvement of the road at the archway." A letter having been read from Mr Stevenson, pro Posing to take up the 4-inch main pipes, and replace 'them with pipes 6 in diameter, from the Works to the ■8ion House, it was unanimously agreed that the Council ■ sanction such proposition. The Council then sat as a Board of Health, when ft was ^Proposed by the Mayor, snd seconded by Mr White, "That the Surveyor be ordered to go to Haverfordwest Messrs Harvey, with a view of taking possession tfee road leading to the Railway Station,and report at tue next meeting." 'Ordered: That three lamps be erected on the road forthwith". The meeting then broke up.

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