Aberdeenshire Council have advised that the Catterline harbour road will remain closed for at least 18 months.
A new 101 non-emergency number will be launched across Scotland on Thursday 21 February 2013, and will replace the vast range of existing police force non-emergency numbers, including the Grampian Police 0845 600 5 700 number, which will be gradually phased out.
The introduction of the 101 non-emergency number will give the people of Scotland a new way to contact the police, seek advice, speak to a local officer or to report a crime that does not need an emergency response, for example:
The A92 from Mill of Uras to Uras Cottages will be closed this weekend (15th & 16th December) for culvert replacement work. The official detour is via Arbuthnott and the A90.
Calum Duncan, Scotland Programme Manager of Marine Conservation Society is giving a presentation on marine conservation, with special reference to a proposed ban on fishing in the Catterline - Crawton waters.
The talk with a question and answer session will be part of the communuity council public meeting on 26 June, at 7.30. Everyone welcome.
The community council decided to give the following small grants in its March 2012 meeting:
Catterline Rowers - £50
Kinneff Hall Committee - £150
Kinneff Old Kirk Preservation Society - £150
Senior Citizens' Luncheon Club - £50
The Community Council meets in Catterline School at 7.30 pm on the last Tuesday of the month, except for the months of July, August and December. The AGM is held after the ordinary meeting in March.
The next public meeting of the Community Council will be on Tuesday, 28 February 2017.
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