The Full Council has agreed to go ahead with the recommendation to negotiate the sale of Humberston Fitties holiday park, bringing the site one step closer to being sold.
A final decision on the sale and negotiation of will be made at the Full Council's next meeting.
The move by North East Lincolnshire council has been seen as an attempt to raise cash against its assets.
The council currently owns and manages the holiday chalet park.
It has been revealed that up to 70 drivers every day were caught speeding on Peaks Parkway in Grimsby in the first three months after a 30mph limit was introduced.
Fines handed out to drivers are thought to have made up to £1.7 million pounds in just 12 months. The limit is due to be raised to 40mph.
“The decision by full council to put up the speed limit to 40mph came after more than 2,000 people signed a petition calling for the increase.
“A working group was set up in response and the matter thoroughly investigated after years of debate.
“We believe increasing the speed limit not only addresses the needs of the local community, but also the needs of business and visitors to Grimsby and other parts of the borough.”
Safer Roads Humber says the increase is concerning and that speed restrictions do go some way to preventing more serious accidents:
“I am naturally concerned that increasing this speed limit to 40mph will give drivers less time to react to unexpected events and if a crash does occur the increased speed will result in more serious injury.
"Whilst exceeding the speed limit is not the major cause of collisions it is almost the sole determinant of the likelihood and severity of injury. I do acknowledge that North East Lincolnshire Council has responsibility for this road and they can raise the speed limit. Ultimately it is their decision to make.
"I am pleased that it is intended to enhance signage and improve road markings. I hope that drivers will continue to drive carefully along this road with extra special care at the major junctions.”
Police are appealing to the public for help in locating missing Scunthorpe woman Hayley Marsden who has not been seen since Sunday 31 August .
Hayley, 41, of Bluebell Close, Scunthorpe was last seen at around 4.30pm on Sunday when she is reported to have left The Tavern public house, Hiigh Street, Scunthorpe. Hayley is described as white, 5 ft 6 ins tall and of medium build with shoulder length blond hair.
When last seen she was wearing purple and red patterned trousers with a denim jacket and black Thoms shoes.
Police and family are becoming increasingly concerned for Haylley’s welfare as her disappearance is out of character and she has not been in touch with family members.
Enquiries to date have suggested that Hayley may have got into a taxi, reported as being a silver coloured Toyota Avensis, close to where she was last seen. Police are keen to trace the dirver of that vehicle as they may have information which could assist with enquiries.
If you're caught short in North East Lincolnshire, you may need to have your wallet on you. The council are considering plans to bring in small charges to use public toilets
It is a recommendation from the specially set up Public Toilets Select Committee in an effort to save £120,000 a year. Adam Fowler reports.
Health officials in North East Lincolnshire are continuing to investigate four confirmed cases of Legionnaires’ disease in the Grimsby area.
It has been discovered those who contracted it had been around Freeman Street before being diagnosed.
“No further cases have been reported and no source of the infection has been confirmed to date. However, our investigations have shown that all four cases had been in the area around Freeman Street in Grimsby in the period before they became ill.
"Therefore we are working closely with colleagues at North East Lincolnshire Council, the Health and Safety Executive and the NHS in North East Lincolnshire to focus our investigations on this area at the moment.”
Two people, infected with Legionnaires disease are still in hospital tonight after four cases were confirmed in Grimsby. No common links have been identified and the source of the infection isn't know. The two other patients are recovering, but no longer need hospital treatment. GPs have been contacted to be on the look out for the symptoms.
Doctor Simon Padfield is a Consultant in Communicable Disease Control for the area, and spoke to Calendar earlier.
Cooling towers around Grimsby are being checked and cleaned as a precaution after four cases of Legionnaires disease were confirmed. Health Officials are investigating how the patients became infected. Two are still in hospital, and two more are recovering.
We'll have a full interview with Dr Padfield on Calendar tonight at 6pm
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Four cases of the potentially-deadly Legionnaires disease have been identified in Grimsby.
Health Officials in North East Lincolnshire are investigating the cases which they say cannot yet be linked.
The source of the infection isn't known.
"These four cases have all been confirmed since 27 July and Legionnaires disease is fairly uncommon and so this is unusual and we are investigating further."
Five community libraries will be handed over to community groups as part of a North East Lincolnshire Council scheme to save £500,000.
Under the plans, which were approved by NELC’s Cabinet committee this afternoon, four core centres – Grimsby Central Library, Cleethorpes Seafront, Immingham and Waltham – will be kept, with extended opening hours.
However the Council will no longer operate the centres in Grant Thorold, Willows, Nunsthorpe, Humberston and Laceby.
A decision regarding the future of Scartho library will be made in three months.