The community council meets at 7:30PM on the first Monday of every month except July. The venue for the next meetings is the Village Club. Specific meeting details are given at the end of this page.Read More
Justin Rusk is The Advisory Group’s (TAG) appointed Community Development worker for Stirling and Clackmannanshire. He has asked us to to circulate his message to care providers, Support Staff and...Read More
While the website is having technical problems, here is the agenda for 1st April 2019.
Meeting on Monday 1
st April 7.30pm in the Village Club
1. Welcome from the Chair
2. Apologies and declarations of interest
3. Police Report
4. Participatory Budgeting
5. Feedback from Rural South West Meeting
6. Local Health Initiative
7. Glasgow University Bio- diversity initiative
8. Elected Member’s Report
9. Planning and Licensing
10. Feedback from Mugdock Country Park Meeting
11. Community Comments
14. Date of next meeting Monday April 1st 2019 in the Village Club
Contact us at email@example.com . Also on our website
www.strathblanecc.org.uk Telephone numbers for Community
Councillors are on the notice boards, in the library and in the Blane
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YOUR STIRLING: YOU DECIDE – PARTICIPATE IN COUNCIL BUDGETING!
** Reminder: Deadline for submissions to Stirling is 14 April **
** If you had proposals for the Community Council to consider, we need to know this week **
** Other individuals and community groups with their own project ideas can propose it directly themselves. **
** Competition for a share of the money will be fierce. **
Your Stirling: You Decide is Stirling’s version of participatory budgeting, an initiative that gives local people a direct say in how a portion of their budget is spent.
Between March 2019 and June 2019, citizens across Stirling’s seven electoral wards will have the chance to influence how to spend £700,000 of public money (£100,000 in each of the seven ward areas). This year the money can be used for infrastructure and the environment. This could include for example – roads, pavements, parks, playgrounds or public spaces.
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Strathblane Community Council shared a post.
3 months ago
It’s going to be a cold night with temps falling below zero ❄️🌡. Our gritting teams are heading out to treat the roads. Please #StaySafe and #TakeCare if you're out.
Yellow warnings for #snow & #ice are in place until noon tomorrow. Keep updated via the Met Office. ... See MoreSee Less
3 months ago
Do you have a footpath or pavement outside your garden? Are you remembering to keep it trim?
At our meeting on 7 January 2019 a lot of community members are concerned about hedges and other vegetation overhanging pavements and footpaths.
All residents are responsible for their grounds and for keeping adjacent paths and pavements clear. ... See MoreSee Less