Anti-social behaviour, allowances and public toilets discussed at Arun council meeting
Topics included councillors’ allowances, a new secondary school, tributes to a former mayor, street names and anti-social behaviour.
Problems with seafronts installed on Bognor Regis’ seafront and regeneration of Littlehampton town centre were also discussed.
Tributes were paid to former four-time Bognor Regis mayor Sylvia Olliver who died last week. She was described as loving the town 'with a passion'. As well as a councillor she was a keen writer, poet and historian
Lib Dem Francis Oppler described the situation with the newly installed public toilets on Bognor Regis' seafront as a 'disaster'. Months after installation they had to be closed due to defects discovered with the design.