Decisions are expected to be taken on many topics of interest when Brigg Town Council holds its monthly meeting next week.
These include resolving a plan of action over cars being parked on the York stone paving near Wetherpoon's White Horse pub, additional play equipment for the Davy Memorial Field off Kings Avenue, refurbishment of public seating, and how Brigg is going to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June 2022, marking 70 years as reigning monarch.
This meeting will be held in the Buttercross (upper floor with lift available) on Tuesday, June 22, from 7.15pm.
The lengthy agenda suggests there will be plenty to interest Brigg residents.
The session is open to interested members of the public who, together with councillors and staff, will need to comply with Covid emergency rules by wearing masks (unless exempted) until they are seated.
Regarding Public Participation, the Town Clerk says: "Residents are invited to address the Council but are reminded that the Council may be unable to provide answers; but issues raised may be added as a future agenda item."
Brigg Blog will, as ever, be attending and will duly report the discussions and decisions made.
The same applies to the next meeting of the Planning & Environment Committee which starts at 7pm on Tuesday. It will consider recently submitted Brigg planning applications.
PICTURED: The Buttercross; York stone paving on which vehicles are being parked particularly in the evenings; the Davy Memorial Field; public seating on East Park near the Monument roundabout.