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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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The Cairds, along with 30 of their neighbours, finally wrote a letter of complaint to the Chief Executive of Angus Council last April.
Angus Council chief executive David Sawers said: "I can confirm the council's winter roads maintenance policy was adhered to.
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.
But everything, except heat sensors and intruder alarm, is provided free for people assessed as being disabled or at risk by Angus Council.
Angus Council said yesterday: "The cause is under investigation, but the school will be open as usual.
The Angus Council had granted the full planning permission in September 2015.
Angus Council confirmed last night she is no longer employed by the authority.
Angus Council said: "We respond to alarm calls within five minutes.
Angus Council has teamed up with police and Neighbourhood Watch to launch six no-go zones - which will also affect Jehovah's Witnesses as well as unsolicited peddlers.
The 31-year-old mother, from Arbroath, has been reported to the Scottish SPCA and Angus Council by Angus Dog Rescue, who said seven-month-old Snowy and Patch were just a fortnight away from death.
Carnegie, who owns the 5800-acre Southesk estate, near Brechin, wants compensation from Angus Council.