A bid to turn a former Angus court building into a community hub has taken an important step forward after a substantial funding application moved to the next stage.
Councillor Lois Speed
An Arbroath councillor has been told to “hang her head in shame” after saying car parking demonstrators were too well off to protest.
The drive to save a much loved Angus care home could have “national significance” as budget cuts continue to bite, say campaigners.
The controversial car parking charges scheme by Angus Council has been dealt another blow as a second councillor has in protest from a working group set up to re-examine the scheme.
A 4,000-name petition, calling for a pledge to save a popular care home has been handed over to Angus health bosses.
Angus Council has finally agreed on the location for a pedestrian crossing on a busy Arbroath street – 12 years after calls were made for safety improvements.
Angus Council is “Frank’s Law ready” the local authority has announced.
Cash cons and physical violence referrals in Angus are flooding in at a rate of more than one a day.
Staff at an Angus medical centre have urged drivers not to abuse their car park, and have threatened to have cars towed away.
Moves to immediately suspend Angus car parking charges and slash the annual permit cost from £260 to £65 have been blocked.