We launched this website on 4 September 2012, this is our first Annual Report. We look forward to providing you with more topical news in 2013. Cheers and Happy New Year.
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this site.
Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This site got about 5,300 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this site, it would have taken 9 years to get that many views.
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Flood Warning in place for River Wharfe at Wetherby, to peak at midday. Currently peaking at Kettlewell, and has risen quickly at Grassington.
The river level at Pool Bridge is 3.46 metres.
This measurement was recorded at 08:00 on 31/12/2012.
The typical river level range for this location is between 0.09 metres and 2.90 metres.
The highest river level recorded at this location is 3.77 metres and the river level reached 3.77 metres on 08/01/2005.
Following an inspection by Councillor Barry Anderson, West North West Homes staff, and a police community support officer, improvements are being organised for council housing areas in Pool. Continue reading
A list minute reminder of events during the next few days. Best wishes for 2013 Continue reading
Best wishes to our loyal readers, click-on!
The latest published minutes raise subjects involving residents and likely to create interest in 2013. Continue reading
Following an article in our 28 November newsletter and the December Council meeting, an explanation of the Council’s policy regarding the distribution of meeting minutes and papers was issued by the Clerk for the Council. Continue reading
Report from the Operations Manager for Highway Services:
A team visited the site on Thursday morning at approximately 08:30, whilst the flow of surface water off the adjacent land was significant, all the road gulleys appeared to be clear and coping with the flow. Continue reading
A659 road between Pool and Otley flooded again today. Any observations will be appreciated; did it interfere with your business, were the warning signs adequate.