A well attended and busy meeting this month was held at the Mayfield Centre. Guest speaker was Caroline Rance of Friends of the Earth Scotland
Stirling Council have revealed that Stirling City Centre is outperforming the UK economy, despite negative comments from Tory politicians.
Stirling SNP Councillors are calling for Network Rail and Stirling Council officers to work together to devise a new plan that would reduce the amount of time required for works to be carried out on the Kerse Road Bridge.
Well, can I remind them it is they, the Tories, who are running Stirling Council along with their allies in the Labour Party.
From what I hear, Labour are furious that they are being left to take all the blame, yet they won’t rule out a coalition if they get the numbers.
Stirling SNP Council Group have called on Labour Councillors to put their money where their mouth is and back shared services with Clackmannanshire.
The Scottish National Party have this week announced their candidates for Stirling North and Stirling West.
This year, voters will return to polling stations to elect a new Administration to run Stirling Council’s local services. Currently, the local authority is run by a Tory/Labour coalition.
Stirling SNP have announced a pledge to implement safer speed limits for residential areas across the Stirling Council area. The announcement comes as campaigning is underway for the 2017 Local Government election which is taking place in May this year.
Here we are again at the end of another year. And what a year 2016 has been, when you look back over the events that have defined it, both locally and nationally, it’s astonishing to think it all happened in the same 12 month period. Nearly the same length of time it takes to get your bins emptied…. but more of that later.
Stirling Council has revealed that waste services are projected to overspend on the budget by almost £100K as delays and disruptions to the new refuse collection system continues. In a report to the Finance and Economy Committee on Stirling Council, the predicted £91K is described as “a best estimate” as […]
The SNP had previously sought to fill two of the four vacancies by nominating Councillors Scott Farmer and Jim Thomson to the board after the resignation of the two Labour, one Tory and one Green Councillor serving on the board. However, Tory and Labour councillors voted down the nominations leaving the council with no representation on the board of the arms-length organisation which currently delivers sport provision on behalf of the council, employing around 400 staff.