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I PONTARDAWE .COUNCIL

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I PONTARDAWE COUNCIL At the fortnighly meeting of the Pont- ardawe District Council on Thursday last, Mr Owen Davies, J.P., presiding, A letter was read from the National Housing and Town Planning Council re- garding the holding of a conference for South' Wales and Mon., at Llanelly on March 24th and 25th, and inviting the Council to send representatives. A long discussion ensued on the mat- ter, in the course of which Mr J. M. Davies spoke strongly in favour of send- ing delegates, and it was ultimately de- cided that the Chairman and the Sur- vayor should attend. NATIONAL LIBRARY OF WALES f The National Library of Wales wrote asking the cliairman of the Council to follow the action of the Mayors of the Boroughs in opening a fund in aid of the Library. The writer (Mr Lleufer Thomas) pointed cut that the Council required £ 15,000 before the end of March in order to qualify for the Treasury Grant, and he made a strong appeal for support. No action was taken in the matter. THE PROPOSED DIVISION OF THE I COUNTY The Swansea Rural District Council wrote regarding their suggestion for di- vi-din.g the County of Glamorgan into two divisions for the purpose of Assizes, Sheriffs, and general administration, and requesting the opinion of the Pontardawe Council on the matter. The Swansea Council held that the size of the County aid the increasing work of the Council made it difficult for the members to ful- fil their duties effectively. Mr H. J. Powell moved that the letter should be forwarded to the Finance Com- mittee for further consideration, and spoke strongly in favour of the proposi- tion. He expressed the opinion that un- til something of his nature was .done, they would not get the proper and neces- sary attention given to such questions as roads, etc. They did not get value for the money paid at present. Mr Alex. Evans opposed the Swansea proposal, but Mr F. R. Phillips sup- ported it, and Mr L. W. Francis agreed that there was much to be said in its favour. I The Clerk said that looking at the matter on the surface, it appeared that they had everything to gain. from the proposal. It was agreed to refer the letter to the finance committee. ——————— .»♦»«

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