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With less than a fortnight to go before Palmers Green Library closes its doors until autumn 2015, the public will have a chance to find out what the Library will look like and what services will be available after its refurbishment. Enfield Library and Museum Service are inviting anyone interested in the future of the library to come along to drop-in question and answer sessions on Saturday 12 July 2014 between 2.30 and 4pm and on Tuesday 22 July between 5.30 and 7pm.  At the session on.......

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When Palmers Green Library reopens in the summer of 2015 after its refurbishment, it appears that bookshelf space will be considerably smaller than at present.  In fact, one regular user's conclusion from looking at the artist's impressions of the refurbished library is that it will no longer really be a library, just a room with some books: I have recently been in the PG Library and taken a quick look at the architect's illustrations of the refurbished premises. Initially I thought there.......

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Residents of the London Borough of Enfield have until 30 January to register their views about the Council's 2013/2014 budget.  A page on the Council website sets the context for its spending plans, while a more detailed document can be downloaded.  This lists how the Council responded to the its residents' views on how it could save money in the current financial year and what its priorities should be, before going on to outline the ways that the Council intend to make savings over.......

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Enfield Council is inviting members of the public to apply for a vacant post as one of the "Independent Persons", whose role is to help ensure that councillors apply high ethical standards when conducting official business. Applicants must be truly independent, meaning that they are not employed by the Council or related directly to a councillor or council employee, belong to a political party or be politically active.  At the same time, they must be well informed about h ow local.......

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On 11 April Enfield Council announced that it was launching the Cleaner Streets Campaign, aimed at reducing littering, dog fouling, fly tipping and untidy front gardens.  At present details are sketchy, but it would appear from the announcement on the Council's website and from an earlier message from the Council Leader that the campaign involves: cutting the cost of street cleaning by encouraging residents to "clean up after themselves" - to be achieved both by encouraging people to.......

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