Lib Dems Welcome Redundancy Compromise

Local Liberal Democrats have welcomed the compromise reached between East Dunbartonshire Council officials and trade unions regarding the council's redundancy framework, which has led to proposed industrial action being called off.

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Lib Dem Comment on Upcoming Strikes

Following the announcement of strike action on the 12th of September by unions in East Dunbartonshire, Joint Council Leader Vaughan Moody (Liberal Democrat) commented:
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Local Liberal Democrats Praise Recent Festivals

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Local Liberal Democrats have praised recent festivals run across East Dunbartonshire. The Kirkintilloch Canal Festival ran from the 20th to the 26th of August, and the Milngavie Food & Drink Festival ran from the 31st of August to the 1st of September.

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Lib Dems Welcome Strikes Halt

Local Liberal Democrats have welcomed Trade Unions' decision to call off strikes which were planned for four days last week.

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Lib Dems Welcome Bridge Fix Funding

Local Liberal Democrats have welcomed the news that the Forth & Clyde will re-open coast to coast.  The Scottish Government has announced funding of  £1.6 million to repair the canal bridges at Twechar and Bonnybridge.  
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St Joseph's Site Gets New Lease of Life

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Liberal Democrat Joint Leader of the Council, Cllr Vaughan Moody, welcomed plans to build a new nursery for around 90 children on the site of St Joseph’s Primary School in Milngavie which is closing at the end of this session.

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Rob Roy is Coming Home

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East Dunbartonshire Council has voted to accept the offer from Kirkintilloch Rob Roy FC to lease land at Parkburn, Donaldson Street, Kirkintilloch, behind the new Lairdsland Primary School, and work with them on an agreement which will see the local football team come home. 

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Update on Brookwood Villa

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A new nursery will be built on the site of the former Brookwood library, and Brookwood Villa will be refurbished for community use, following a decision by East Dunbartonshire Council last Thursday. The Brookwood Futures Group had campaigned to retain the site when the Council proposed to sell it after the library was moved into the new town hall.  Following an intervention by the Liberal Democrat group, the Council worked with the campaigning community group for more than a year to identify the best use of the buildings.

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East Dunbartonshire Liberal Democrats React to Ongoing Strikes

East Dunbartonshire Liberal Democrats have responded to the decision of trade unions to continue with this week's planned strike action even though negotiations have not finished and in spite of East Dunbartonshire Council's amending the offer to take account of employees’ concerns.

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Lib Dems Call for Action on Canal Closure

Local Liberal Democrats have responded to the ongoing closure of the canal bridges at Twechar and Bonnybridge with dismay.

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