Glasgow City Council Agenda - 23 February 2006, 13:30 Help

A meeting to be held at at 13:30 on 23 February 2006.

Number Item
2765Minutes of Council meeting of 15th December 2005 (Print 6, pages 863 to 867).
2Print 6 - Committees' minutes - Consideration of paragraphs marked "C", remaining paragraphs being submitted only for approval as a correct record (page 868 onwards).
3Print 6 - Area Committees' minutes - Submitted for information (Appendix 1).
4Consideration of minutes previously objected to.
523rd (Milton) Ward - By-election result - Report by Returning Officer. View Papers
6Changes to committees etc
(a)Licensing Committee and Applications Sub-committee - add Malcolm Cunning;
(b)Licensing Board - add Euan McLeod;
(c)Remove Aileen Colleran from the following:-

Policy and Resources (Community Safety and Health) Sub-committee
Policy and Resources (Information & Communications Technology) Working Group
Policy and Resources (Lighting Strategy) Working Group
Policy and Resources (Local History & Archaeology) Working Group.
7Representation on outside bodies:-
(a)Dams to Darnley Country Park Joint Committee - Appoint Catherine McMaster and Alistair Watson as substitutes;
(b)East End Healthy Living Centre - Remove Ms G McCamley and appoint Ms Alison Kennedy, Cultural and Leisure Services;
(c)Glasgow Housing Association - Remove Paul Carey and Gerald Leonard and appoint Paul Rooney and George Ryan;
(d)Glasgow Opportunities - Remove Catherine McMaster;
(e)Glasgow Marriage Guidance Counselling Service - Remove Catherine McMaster;
(f)Key Fund - Remove Catherine McMaster; and
(g)One Plus - Remove Catherine McMaster and appoint Kirsteen Mosson.
8Correspondence - Letters from Ann McKechin MP and David Marshall MP in response to Council Motion on Israeli Security Wall. View Papers
10Notice of Motion by Councillor John Mason:-

"Council notes that little if any progress is being made towards Second Stage Transfer for Glasgow Housing Association tenants. This was one of the key promises made at the time of the original transfer but tenants seem no nearer to controlling their own local housing stock. Although major refurbishment work continues to be carried out, this could have been completed earlier by the Council itself if the debt problem had been dealt with, bringing into question the value of the original transfer. Therefore, Council calls on the Scottish Executive and Communities Scotland to exert pressure on GHA and to provide any funds required to make Second Stage Transfer happen."