The air traffic control facility at Dundee Airport could be mothballed under a £28 million plan to centralise flight tracking systems in a “remote tower.”
Community groups and businesses in Tayside and Fife have been urged to join a debate on the closure of police buildings.
Health chiefs have defended controversial plans to end emergency operations at Perth Royal Infirmary.
Parents will be asked what to do with emptying Angus schools as the local authority considers closures as part of a 30-year strategy.
Stracathro campaigners fear the Angus hospital may suffer another blow under a surgical services proposal which could leave some patients facing a trip to Perth.
Health chiefs put proposals for the future of mental health and learning disability services to the Perth and Kinross public at the first in a series of local consultation events.
NHS Tayside has paid out almost £80,000 in just five months to taxi staff from Angus to Dundee under the controversial interim closure arrangements of the Mulberry adult mental health ward at Stracathro Hospital.
More details have emerged of the proposed £50 million new secondary school for St Andrews as the public has another chance to have its say.
Airport bosses have insisted they will listen to fears over proposed flight path changes after more than a quarter of responses to a consultation on the issue came from concerned Fifers.
NHS Tayside has said patient safety will not be jeopardised despite admitting a proposed overhaul of surgical services will mean it takes longer for some people to get hospital treatment.