Toilets' future to be flushed out
12:01pm Wednesday 16th October 2013 in News
DISCUSSIONS on the future of Llandysul’s public toilets have been put on hold for a month.
Community councillors want to gather more information about potential cost implications before making a decision about taking over maintenance of the facilities.
Speaking at last week’s meeting, community council chairman Tom Cowcher said: “It would be quite a commitment, so we have to think carefully.
“I think we should get a bit more information.”
Cllr Carolyn Reed-Rees suggested the council found out how locals felt about keeping the toilets open.
Cllr Andrew Howell told the meeting that some shop owners used the facilities as they did not have their own toilets.
Cllr Peter Evans informed fellow councillors that the toilets could be sold off if they were not taken over.
Councillors agreed to discuss the issue further at next month’s meeting, after gaining more information about costs, including insurance.