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Date of last review: 20 September 2016

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£5,000 museum gift

26/09/2016

Businessman Dennis Goldsmith has donated £5,000 to the new museum and art gallery project in St Albans.

Car parking changes

23/09/2016

Some car park charges in the St Albans District are to be changed in November following an annual review.

Fixed Penalty Notices for small scale fly-tipping

23/09/2016

People responsible for small scale fly-tips are set to be issued with Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) of up to £400 by St Albans City and District Council.

Online plea answered

23/09/2016

Residents in the St Albans District have responded “brilliantly” to a plea to answer voting registration forms online to save money.

Green light for £18m new Harpenden leisure, arts and cultural hub

23/09/2016

An £18m redevelopment project to upgrade leisure, arts and cultural facilities in Harpenden has received the backing of St Albans City and District Council’s Cabinet.

Recycling rate hits 60% target

22/09/2016

The recycling rate for St Albans District has reached its 60% target for the first time within weeks of a new waste collection system being introduced.

Report on environmental offences to be reviewed by Cabinet

20/09/2016

A report on enforcing littering, fly-tipping, dog fouling, chewing gum and graffiti offences is being presented to St Albans City and District Council’s Cabinet on Thursday 22 September.

Watch chefs show off culinary skills at Mayor’s foodie fundraiser

19/09/2016

Learn the secrets of a professional kitchen from local chefs who will be cooking up a feast for foodie fans at Ready Steady St Albans on Wednesday 28 September.

Register for by-election

19/09/2016

Residents in the Clarence ward of St Albans must be registered to vote by midnight on Tuesday 4 October to vote in an upcoming by-election.

‘Meet the Mayor’ competition to celebrate Local Democracy Week

19/09/2016

Primary school children are invited to win tea with the Mayor by creating a picture of what they would do if they were Mayor for the day.

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