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DAVIOT DECIDES – YOUR CHOICE ON SAT 7 OCT 2017

Meldrum, Bourtie and Daviot Community Council Future Vision Group are hosting an event in Daviot Village Hall on Saturday 7th October between 11am and as the next stage in the process to develop a Community Plan for the area. With the increase in population over the last decade, the Community Council thought it was time to go to their communities to ask how people feel about the places they live, to look at how priorities have changed and to collect information that can be used to plan for the current and future needs of these communities. To this end, they set up a Future Vision Group who undertook a Future Vision Survey and are now hosting a series of community…
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HAVE YOUR SAY – ABERDEENSHIRE 26th SEPT & 4th OCT 2017

HAVE YOUR SAY ON COUNCIL PRIORITIES & THE LOCAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROCESS When? Tuesday, 26th September at Ellon Community Campus to pm and on Wednesday 4th October at St Ninian’s Forglen Church in Turriff from to pm Give your views on Aberdeenshire Council’s proposed Strategic Priorities, which will form the basis of the Council Plan which will run from 2017-2022. More detailed information about the proposed priorities can be previewed at Throughout this engagement process we have been spending time in our communities, getting views face-to-face so please let us know if you plan to attend, by e-mailing rodgunson
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DOG MESS – OLDMELDRUM JUNE 2017

James Alexander Milton‎ to Oldmeldrum Community suggestion and concerns group DOG MESS I've had reports today of SEVEN "deposits" of dog excrement yesterday down the Commercial Road on the way to the Primary School and FIVE along the School Lane between Rosebank and the School. This is wholly unacceptable and gives responsible dog owners a bad name. James Milton Chair, Meldrum Bourtie & Daviot Community Council  
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AWPR – UPDATES MARCH 2016

 ShareEmailTwitter   Thursday, March 3, 2016 Aberdeen West Peripheral Route/ Balmedie to Tipperty Out of hours Aberdeen Roads Limited is currently collating the information it has received from businesses, community groups and residents from its consultation on extended working hours. This information will be submitted, along with its application, to local authorities for consideration. The contractor will work with local authorities to determine what type of works can be undertaken within any agreed extended hours of work. It will then carry out a ‘neighbour notification’ exercise to advise of any changes. Extended hours would enable the contractor to take advantage of increased daylight and periods of good weather. The project remains on target for completion in winter 2017. Read the…
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