The next meeting of Monimail Community Council will be at 7pm, Monday 12th September 2016 in Letham Village Hall
The Agenda is
Rob Morris, Area Manager for SEPA will be at the meeting to discuss the Lower Melville Wood Landfill and we look forward to representatives from Collessie village for this discussion.
Minutes of July’s meeting
The Community Council have been in touch with Councillor Andy Heer re the smells coming from Ladybank landfill.
He has shared following response from the site operator with us.
“Further to my last email I can confirm that the site have identified the source of the fugitive emissions is likely to be the seals of the chambers- of which there are 6. Pressure testing has revealed the seals have deteriorated and whilst not all have failed testing; due to the need to bring up the pumps to ‘draw down the head’, this deterioration has been exacerbated and their lifespan was less than anticipated.
The site have proposed new pump specifications which should allow them to draw down the head ( the level of leachate) without exposing the pumps and damaging the seals in the future.
They have also proposed replacing all the lids and seals on all 6 chambers.
Including the time it takes to procure the materials, an action plan has been submitted to SEPA and is due for completion at the end of w/e 21 March.
In the meantime work has commenced to temporarily seal all chambers, I would expect an odour reduction from completion of the temporary measures due by the end of the week”
The next meeting of Monimail Community Council will be held at 7pm on Monday 9th November 2015 in Letham Hall. The agenda and minutes from September’s meeting are below. All are welcome.
The next meeting of Monimail Community Council will be held at 7pm on Monday 14th September 2015 in Letham Hall. The agenda and minutes from July’s meeting are below. All are welcome.
Agenda can also be downloaded here:
Due to an unavailabiltiy of Community Councillors, the next Monimail Community Council has been delayed a week and will now take place on Monday 18th May 2015 at 7pm in Letham Village Hall.
The Community Defibrillator Appeal has now opened and we are able to start accepting donations.We are hoping to convert the unused phonebox in the village to a community defibrillator station.
We are looking for help from the comminuty to;
- Make a direct donation of any amount
- Organise an event in the village with proceeds going to the fund
- Make representations to other organisations that you know may assist us.
If you wish to donate, please pass onyour donation to John Vaughan, Sunnybank, The Square, Letham who is the Treasurer for the Community Council.
Please make any cheques payable to Monimail Community Council.
Donations can also be made direct by BACS using
Sort Code: 80-06-26 Account Number: 10143069 (please include your name in the bank’s reference for the transaction and so we can issue a receipt.)
To download a copy of the information leaflet being delivered in Letham, click here