Published 3 Jan 2013 15:00 1 Comment
A FIRST draft of Clackmannanshire's Single Outcome Agreement for 2013-2023 has been agreed by the council and will now go to public consultation.
The draft document has been developed by a range of partners including the council, NHS Forth Valley, Central Scotland Police, Central Scotland Fire Service and Forth Valley College, as well as local businesses and community groups.
Council Leader, Councillor Gary Womersley said, "This Single Outcome Agreement sets out our vision, priorities and objectives for Clackmannanshire over the next 10 years. It will also set out the short term priority actions that will be the focus of partnership activities over the next three years.
"We have seen improvements across a range of quality of life measures in Clackmannanshire in recent years. There have been improvements in transport links, a £2 million programme of improvements to Alloa's town centre and significant improvements to Clackmannanshire's educational infrastructure.
"That said, there is still a gap between our most and least advantaged communities and looking forward over the next 10 years, there are a number of key issues, challenges and opportunities."
This article appeared in Alloa & Hillfoots Advertiser 31 Dec 12
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Jan 5, 11:08
Roads are crap, Town Centre's throughout the county are a joke, Gartmorn Dam is an even bigger one, Parks and Greenfield sites are all unkempt, Festering and Derelict buildings throughout the county, rubbish collected once a fortnight and an ever expanding workforce in an already over-inflated Education and Social work departments and you've the cheek to say there's been an 'imrovement' in my quality of life? Think again chums!!!!
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