The chief executive of Angus Council said the local authority is “preparing for the worst and planning for the best” over Brexit.
Councillor Lynne Devine
An electrical fault has been blamed for the sudden closure of the Post Office in Forfar which left customers facing a round trip of over 30 miles to access certain services.
Forfar councillor clashes with community group over “nonsense” claims in leisure centre demolition row
Angus Council’s SNP opposition leader has gone head-to-head with a community council in the Lochside leisure centre demolition saga over what she branded “nonsense” claims about a lack of facilities for Forfar youngsters.
A Forfar businessman is threatening court action to block the demolition of the town’s former Lochside leisure centre after his five-figure bid for the building was knocked back.
Opposition politicians on Angus Council are on a collision course with the ruling group over what have been branded “pathetic” plans to revamp the area’s controversial car park charging scheme.
“Dire consequences” warning as Angus councillor’s parking survey reveals huge hit for town centre shops
Hard-hit Angus town centre traders have reported losses of almost 40% in a local councillor’s survey into the impact of parking charges across the district.
The saga surrounding the future of Forfar’s former Lochside leisure centre has been branded a “fiasco” after a top-level admission that the authority considered backtracking on bulldozing the building.
Angus councillors are to re-examine the vexed question of charges for the county’s off-street car parks –but only the process of how the controversial system came into being.
New moves to put the brakes on drivers in and around Forfar have received the green light – and may go further still.
Arbroath residents have been promised a swift conclusion to the 12-year pedestrian crossing saga which has dogged the town’s West Port area.