A senior councillor has said dismantling a gypsy-traveller camp is the most difficult enforcement action the authority has ever taken, as a homeless support worker warned it would cost thousands to re-home its residents.
Mearns parents have said they fear a fatality will have to happen before the brakes are properly put on drivers speeding through their village.
Traveller families have warned of a health timebomb if they are forced to quit their homes in St Cyrus.
Traffic calming measures blamed for hindering a Mearns village will be ripped up.
Objectors have been left “surprised” at the low cost to the public purse of a heavily-delayed investigation into the St Cyrus Travellers saga.
Aberdeenshire Council chiefs have warned a government planning ruling may not signal the end of the illegal North Esk Travellers camp at St Cyrus.
The Aberdeen city region deal has yielded tangible results for the north-east one year on, regional leaders have said.
Bereaved families in the Mearns could soon be hit with a 25% burial charge rise.
“No cherry picking will be tolerated” – St Cyrus residents warning to council after latest Travellers site drama
An objector who has been at the heart of the local battle against the St Cyrus Travellers development has told Aberdeenshire Council "no cherry picking will be tolerated".
A council leader has promised to handle the impending eviction of a St Cyrus Travelling community as a "sensitive situation”.