1874 07 09 Redcar Local Board of Health Meeting

Accreditation the Redcar and Saltburn News 09/07/1874.


            The ordinary monthly meeting of the Local Board of health for the district of Redcar, was held on Monday afternoon (06/07), at the Board-room, West Terrace. Present Messrs Thos. Watson (chairman), J. Coulson, and J. Mallaby; J. G. Thompson (clerk), and D. D. Bookless (surveyor). Minutes of last monthly meeting, were read and confirmed. Before entering on the business of the meeting, the Chairman referred in feeling terms to the loss the Board had sustained in the death of Mr Robert Abbey, and moved that the following resolution, be entered on the minutes: “That this Board records with much regret the death of Mr Robert Abbey, one of its able and zealous members; and also desires to convey the expression of their sympathy and condolences to Mrs Abbey and the family on their bereavement.” Mr Coulson seconded, and the revolution was carried, and a copy of it ordered to be sent to Mrs Abbey. The Surveyor’s report was next read and adopted. The applicant on of Mr John Marwood, rate collector, for an increase of salary, was ordered to stand over, owing to the small attendance of members. Plan for converting a stable, belonging to Mr Wm. Blatherwick, into a dwelling-house, was rejected, on the ground that no street plan had been submitted, and that the plan was not otherwise in accordance with the bye-laws. Plan of for cottages in Red Lion   Street, intended to be built by Messrs Hornsby and Robson, was approved. There was no other business of public interest.


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