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Angus

(ăng`gəs), council area (1993 est. pop. 111,020), 842 sq mi (2,181 sq km), and former county, NE Scotland. Under the Local Government Act of 1973, the county of Angus became part of the Tayside region in 1975. In the local government reorganization of 1996, Tayside was dissolved and the council area of Angus, roughly approximating the old county, was created. The county of Angus was formerly known as Forfar or Forfarshire.

Angus

a council area of E Scotland on the North Sea: the historical county of Angus became part of Tayside region in 1975; reinstated as a unitary authority (excluding City of Dundee) in 1996. Administrative centre: Forfar. Pop.: 107 520 (2003 est.). Area: 2181 sq. km (842 sq. miles)
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David Sawers, chief executive of Angus Council, said: "There is no shortage of salt in the Angus area.
Eric Lowson of Angus Council said the unit would be removed at the earliest convenience.
Angus Council said: "We don't carry out means testing for community alarms.
Carnegie, who owns the 5800-acre Southesk estate, near Brechin, wants compensation from Angus Council.
An Angus Council spokesman confirmed the incident had occurred and said four pupils had been expelled from the academy.
An Angus Council spokeswoman said: "There is no evidence to suggest the caterpillars will move on and create a serious problem.
Minstrel Garry Mitchell said: "At a council meeting, it was stated that a complaint about blackening up and the 'Black and White' name had been received by Angus Council and had been discussed at a recent council meeting.
To make a claim against Angus Council, I have to list all the items and the shops they were bought from, which is almost impossible because some were bought months ago.
Angus Council and the Angus Health and Social Care Partnership have developed a new contract arrangement for the provision of all home and community-based care and support services under SDS Option 3 in Angus.
Bizarrely, Angus Council, who had contracted and overseen the work, then served a Dangerous Buildings Notice on the OAP.
Bosses at Angus Council commissioned art student Des Smith to create the sculpture called Nike.