The next Council Meeting is –
THE MEETING PLANNED FOR Thursday 19th March, 2020. HAS BEEN POSTPONED.
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- Raising objections to Planning Notices.
- Police Scotland’s review on the use of new temporary police powers to tackle coronavirus
- Police Scotland – Message to Communities.
- Work to Create Spaces for People around George Square Starting Soon
- Police team up to guard Dawsholm Park in response to spate of crimes
- THE transport authority that runs Glasgow’s Subway has warned it is facing a shortfall of up to £20million caused by heavy passenger losses during the pandemic lockdown.
- The biggest supermarket chains across the country have updated their rules on whether or not face masks should be worn in store.
- All Nicola Sturgeon’s new dates for reopening Scotland after today’s big announcement
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Tag Archives: police
There have been a number of car break-ins recently. Report any suspicious activity to the police on 101 and this will get more police into our area: their current strategy is to flood target areas with officers. If you’re unlucky … Continue reading
Police Scotland are proposing that the 24/7 counter service at Maryhill Police Station should be reduced to a 7am-midnight service, 7 days a week. Further details are available here. You can send your views on this to PublicCounterReview@scotland.pnn.police.uk by 31 … Continue reading
Maryhill/Kelvin police have noted a recent increase in break-ins and theft from property. At the last community council meeting they reminded residents of the importance of keeping cars, homes and garages/sheds locked at night. Police contact numbers and website/email addresses … Continue reading
There’s a public event on 6 June at Maryhill Burgh Halls to give local people their say on the new Scottish Police and Fire Services. Details here.
This from police Chief Inspector Ann Hughes, via councillor Martin Rhodes: Over the last few days we have had 5 incidences of bogus callers across Maryhill, Kelvin and Canal multi member wards. This has primarily been in Ashgill Road, Skirsa … Continue reading
Our Community Sergeant David Taylor from Maryhill Police Station has been monitoring the pedestrian crossing on Kelvindale Road at Ferngrove Avenue, near to Cleveden Secondary School. The road markings around the crossing have pretty much worn away, so he has … Continue reading
This Tuesday, 18th December, there will a police and community meeting in Cleveden Secondary School between 7 and 8pm. It will be a short open meeting where anyone can come and highlight local areas of concern for police attention. These … Continue reading