Christophe Raux, new elected municipal official in Saint-Lunaire – Saint-Lunaire
During the municipal council of September 12, the mayor of Saint-Lunaire Michel Penhouet paid a moving tribute to Jean-Pierre Bachelier, municipal and community elected official, who died on July 14, 2022. Following the order of the table of candidates for the last municipal elections , Christophe Raux becomes a municipal councillor. This 52-year-old caregiver has lived in the La Fourberie district since 2004. This is his first public mandate, even if he has been involved in municipal life (member of the advisory board) and associations (Dinard Emeraude by bike) for many many years.
Involved in municipal life since 2005, Jean-Pierre Bachelier leaves many positions to be filled. Christophe Raux thus joins the “Sustainable Development and Biodiversity” commission. At the Communal Center for Social Action, new elections are necessary. Concerning the Saint-Briac – Saint-Lunaire Intermunicipal Sanitation Syndicate (SIA), Françoise Riou becomes incumbent and Vincent Bouche, her deputy. Within the Community of communes of the Emerald Coast, Franck Beaufils presents his candidacy. Ludivine Margely becomes a member of the early childhood commission at the CCCE.
Works on the water networks in 2023
Together with the water services, the municipality wishes to carry out work on the wastewater, rainwater and sanitation networks, rue des Hortensias, des Roses, de Dogier, du Clos Loquen and impasse de la Prée de Dogier . Parking should be reorganized on rue des Hortensias. A single company will be in charge of all the works which will start in 2023 for four to six months.
A working group will look into the operation of the town’s three beach huts, located at Grande Plage, Longchamp and La Fourberie.
The municipality’s contribution to the Sainte-Catherine private school, for the year 2022-2023, will be based on €1,204.22 per kindergarten pupil and €208.44 per elementary pupil.
The next council meeting will be on Monday, October 10.