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11/02/2020Nomination meetings to elect one Procureur Du Bien Public and one Centenier

NOMINATION MEETINGS TO ELECT ONE PROCUREUR DU BIEN PUBLIC AND ONE CENTENIER

 

To be held in the Public Hall

 

Procureur du Bien Public

Tuesday 11th February 7.30pm

 

Centenier

Tuesday 11th February 7.45pm

(Present incumbent is unable to stand again)

 

In each election:

  • if there are more candidates than vacancies, a poll will be held on Wednesday 11 March 2020
  • if there are not more candidates than vacancies, any duly nominated candidate will be declared elected at the nomination meeting.

 

The closing date for registering to vote in each election is midday on the day BEFORE the nomination meeting.

Each election is for a 3-year term of office expiring March 2023.

 

  
10/01/20202020 Glass collection dates

 

GLASS COLLECTIONS FOR THE YEAR 2020

MonthThursday Friday

January

16

or

17

February20or21
March19or20
April16or17
May21or22
June18or19
July16or17
August20or21
September17or18
October15or16
November19or20
December17or18

 

Glass Recycling - The Department of Infrastructure would like to remind us when recycling glass of the following:

It is important that separated glass contains no impurities such as metal or plastic.  Metal or plastic bottle tops should be removed from glass bottles and any foodstuffs rinsed out prior to disposal.  On NO account should plastic bottles be disposed of with glass.  A further problem that is currently experienced is the number of households who dispose of their glass in plastic bags.  All glass should be left in a rigid container that the collector is able to tip into his vehicle with ease.

The whole collection will be left if any of the above requirements are not adhered to.

 

All refuse and glass out before 5:00 a.m. please

 PLEASE NOTE

 

It is also not permitted to put garden refuse in your dustbin.  The refuse contractor will not empty the bin if anything other than normal household refuse is in it.

  
10/01/2020Dog Licence applications for 2020 now due

Parishioners with dogs are reminded that they have until the 31st January to purchase their dog licences at £5 per dog. Late applications (received after 31 January) will incur a fee of £10 per dog. The fee will increase to £10 from 1 March 2020.

Licences may be bought at any time during the Public Hall's normal opening hours, which are 8:45am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays we are open from 5:45pm to 7:45pm. The Public Hall is closed on Thursdays.

Here is the link to the Dog Licence Application Form:  http://www.parish.gov.je/Pages/Licences.aspx#dog

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11/02/2020Nomination meetings to elect one Procureur Du Bien Public and one Centenier

NOMINATION MEETINGS TO ELECT ONE PROCUREUR DU BIEN PUBLIC AND ONE CENTENIER

 

To be held in the Public Hall

 

Procureur du Bien Public

Tuesday 11th February 7.30pm

 

Centenier

Tuesday 11th February 7.45pm

(Present incumbent is unable to stand again)

 

In each election:

  • if there are more candidates than vacancies, a poll will be held on Wednesday 11 March 2020
  • if there are not more candidates than vacancies, any duly nominated candidate will be declared elected at the nomination meeting.

 

The closing date for registering to vote in each election is midday on the day BEFORE the nomination meeting.

Each election is for a 3-year term of office expiring March 2023.

 

  
10/01/20202020 Glass collection dates

 

GLASS COLLECTIONS FOR THE YEAR 2020

MonthThursday Friday

January

16

or

17

February20or21
March19or20
April16or17
May21or22
June18or19
July16or17
August20or21
September17or18
October15or16
November19or20
December17or18

 

Glass Recycling - The Department of Infrastructure would like to remind us when recycling glass of the following:

It is important that separated glass contains no impurities such as metal or plastic.  Metal or plastic bottle tops should be removed from glass bottles and any foodstuffs rinsed out prior to disposal.  On NO account should plastic bottles be disposed of with glass.  A further problem that is currently experienced is the number of households who dispose of their glass in plastic bags.  All glass should be left in a rigid container that the collector is able to tip into his vehicle with ease.

The whole collection will be left if any of the above requirements are not adhered to.

 

All refuse and glass out before 5:00 a.m. please

 PLEASE NOTE

 

It is also not permitted to put garden refuse in your dustbin.  The refuse contractor will not empty the bin if anything other than normal household refuse is in it.

  
10/01/2020Dog Licence applications for 2020 now due

Parishioners with dogs are reminded that they have until the 31st January to purchase their dog licences at £5 per dog. Late applications (received after 31 January) will incur a fee of £10 per dog. The fee will increase to £10 from 1 March 2020.

Licences may be bought at any time during the Public Hall's normal opening hours, which are 8:45am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 4:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays we are open from 5:45pm to 7:45pm. The Public Hall is closed on Thursdays.

Here is the link to the Dog Licence Application Form:  http://www.parish.gov.je/Pages/Licences.aspx#dog

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