West Dunbartonshire

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West Dunbartonshire

a council area of W central Scotland, on Loch Lomond and the Clyde estuary: corresponds to part of the historical county of Dunbartonshire; part of Strathclyde Region from 1975 to 1996: engineering industries. Administrative centre: Dumbarton. Pop.: 92 320 (2003 est.). Area: 162 sq. km (63 sq. miles)
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"We'll get the kids to put plants in." A spokesman for West Dunbartonshire Council said: "The fences were erected after sustained complaints about damage to properties due to ball games, and following extensive efforts to consult the community.
West Dunbartonshire Council says building should take place in town centres, rather than at outof-town malls, and insists more efforts should be made to consider effects on other towns nearby.
Dr Syed Ahmed, consultant in public health, said: "We are working closely with West Dunbartonshire Council, Argyll and Bute Council and NHS Highland to identify any other potential cases as well as to identify the cause of this outbreak.
West Dunbartonshire Council said they would submit an objection "to the consultation received from the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park Authority regarding the planning application."
A spokeswoman for West Dunbartonshire Council said: "We do not tolerate violence or aggression towards any of our employees and offer support to anyone affected in this way.
The shooting came just days after Borders Council refused to back a motion from West Dunbartonshire Council seeking support for a complete ban on airguns throughout the UK.
02 contract notice (below ojeu threshold or call offs of any value): west dunbartonshire council (the council) is looking to identify, through a tender process, supplier(s) who can meet our requirements for the provision of a range of buses and associated equipment.
Labour's Dumbarton MSP Jackie Baillie said: "I welcome West Dunbartonshire Council's decision to reverse the cut they made to trade union facility time after opposition from trade unions, staff and the public.
West Dunbartonshire Council say the deal - revealed by the Sunday Mail last month - will put other taxi drivers out of business and give Easdale, 42, an unfair monopoly.
A spokeswoman for West Dunbartonshire Council said: "The council operates very strict security procedures for monitoring the use of the internet.
The purpose of this market research questionnaire is to gather information which will be used to inform the procurement strategy for west dunbartonshire council led commercial house development project.

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