Angus councillors have been urged to accept they made a “major mistake” in introducing parking charges after a damning report revealed a serious “lack of transparency” around the controversial decision.
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.
Council chiefs have promised a shake-up of the Angus Access line after claims the service hotline is no longer fit for purpose.
Finance chiefs are facing a £5 million headache over the area’s 1,400 council house garages after admitting the stock is past its sell-by date.
Councillors have collided in an angry road safety row following the decision to install £9,500 speed humps on Montrose’s busy beachfront.
Speed humps are to go down on Montrose beach boulevard after councillors negotiated their way to giving the project the green light.
Forfar car enthusiasts may have to find a new home for their hobby after councillors threw out plans to allow them to use lock-ups in the town.
Councillors have given the green light for an electricity storage plant on the edge of Arbroath after overturning an official refusal for the policy-breaching proposal.
A bold claim that Angus Council has stepped back from the edge of a financial abyss has led to concerns about the rate of housing investment in the district.
Fears have been raised a child could lose their life following the collapse of part of the coastal defence system in Angus.