Hopes are high that a large retail unit on the border between Dundee and Angus could re-open after lying vacant for two years.
Councillor Beth Whiteside
Tayside councillors have been labelled "hypocrites"for championing tough action on climate change while racking up thousands of pounds in car mileage expenses.
Angus is on a “worst case scenario” no deal Brexit footing and prepared to deal with issues from food shortages to civil disobedience, councillors have been assured.
An Angus councillor is calling for a national retailer to bring forward proposals for its vacant premises on the county border.
Angus councillors have risen to the defence of social workers who they say are being pushed into the “horrible” position of decision-making over exemptions to controversial universal credit child tax rules.
Hopes that a promised pre-Christmas investment and jobs bonanza that would see a retail unit on the Angus/Dundee border “ready to trade over the Christmas season” have been dashed, with one local councillor describing the situation as “extremely disappointing”.
A trio of Angus councillors are at loggerheads over their attendance, or otherwise, at community council meetings in their ward.
Changes which brought in an early Friday finish for Angus secondary pupils will not be introduced across the area’s primary schools.
Angus villages will not be left out in the cold over winter street-clearing provision.
Volunteers will form a defensive front line for Angus communities if the beast from the east returns with a vengeance this winter.