Friday, 13 March 2009

AWE Liaison Committee Report

Councillor Willis has reported on his attendance of the Local Liaison Committee for AWE Aldermaston.

He states that he was briefed on the infrastructure, travel plans and environmental maintenance facilities before receiving a reports from the Environment Agency and the Food Standards Agency.

This is of particular relevance because these were the main issues raised by the Nuclear Awareness Group in their 16 page objection to the application to upgrade the site.

Cllr Willis also details his visit to the site which he describes as "one of the interesting fringe benefits of being a councillor," however he doesn't state his opinion regarding the establishment.

Oranjepan says:
Intriguing fringe benefits indeed!

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