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An embargoed story issued by Taxpayer's Alliance lobby group has wrongly claimed that our councillors are the highest paid in the UK.
Cycling Scotland’s Annual Cycling Monitoring Report launched yesterday (16th February), has found that cycling rates in Moray are higher than the national average, with 1.9% of the population choosing cycling as their main mode of transport.
The third annual conference dealing with care and development of very young people takes place this week.
The Early Years Conference is hosted by the Moray Community Planning Partnership this Friday 19th in the Alexander Graham Bell centre at Moray College. The conference will see delegates take part in a series of workshops and speaking events.
Moray Council is investing more than £850,000 in a Forres business park to meet demand for industrial units.
Council workers have been briefed on the budget proposals due to be debated at a meeting of the Full Council next Wednesday afternoon.
The briefing assures staff that no redundancies or service reductions are anticipated for the year 2016/17, but that the council faces a huge deficit in subsequent years. Agenda papers for the meeting are due to be published on Friday. These will contain greater detail of where any savings are to be made.
The council is proposing to vary the catchment areas for Forres Academy, Lossiemouth High School, Elgin Academy, Elgin High School and Milne’s High School.
Pupils from Elgin High School visited RAF Lossiemouth recently as part of an engineering challenge. The group are part of a nationwide Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) initiative to encourage young people into engineering careers.
Council officers have negotiated with contractors to bring the cost of the new school down by £400,000. Turf-cutting ceremony is scheduled for March 16th