Marown Parish Commissioners
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PARISH OF MAROWN (FEEDING OF ANIMALS AND BIRDS) BYELAWS 2021
Marown Commissioners are considering introducing a bye law to restrict the feeding of birds and animals in the parish.
These Byelaws would regulate feeding of animals and birds in the Parish District of Marown and are aimed at preventing and suppressing nuisances and maintaining the quality of life for residents and visitors
A copy of the proposed bye law is available for inspection in the Clerk's office on Monday to Thursday between the hours of 1000 and 1200. Any views should be given in writing to the Clerk so as to be received no later than December 31st 2021.
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Marown is the only parish in the Isle of Man with no coastline. It covers an area of 26.7 square kilometres (10.3 square miles) and at the time of the 2006 census had a population of 2,086. The population density of Marown, at 70.5 people per square kilometre (202.5 per square mile), is much lower than any of the towns or villages but is the second highest of any parish (after Arbory).
The five members of the commissioners have been elected by the people of the Parish to administer a range of local government functions and, whenever possible,to act as the voice of the Parish by bringing local issues and views to the attention of central government and other outside parties.