Next meeting: Wednesday 15th November, 8:00 p.m. in the Primary School.
- Adopted minutes of September meeting
Big Conversation: Stirling Council is holding a series of Big Conversation events with the aim of putting communities at the heart of their budget planning.
The Council needs to make £24 million of savings over the next five years, which means transforming the way they deliver their services and making some tough decisions. As part of this process they want to have an open and honest discussion about the services that are most important to you.
Our local Big Conversation takes place from 7.00pm till 9.00pm on Thursday 25th October at Balfron High School and is open to everyone. Turn up if you can!
- Closure of Kerse Bridge, Stirling: The bridge is due to re-open ahead of schedule on Friday 19th October.
- Stirling Council is reviewing proposals for modifications to the chicane on Station Road.
- Resurfacing work on Ballochruin Road is to start 15th October until 26th October.
- Work is to take place on Lampson Road in October.
Police: The Police Report for October is available.
The Broadband report for October is available.
The Planning schedule for September-October is available.
Roads: The Roads Report for October is available.
Finnich Glen Development Consultation
A public consultation on proposals to develop Finnich Glen took place in the Village Hall on Friday 28th September.Images of the display boards are below. We hope to have the plans available soon. The proposals will be discussed at our meeting on 17th October. If you have any comments on the proposals, please contact us or come along to the meeting.
Community Council Elections
You won't have a Community Council after 18th October!
Community Councils are being disbanded in order to elect new councils for the next four year period. Some members of the current Killearn Community Council are standing down after making a significant contribution to the Killearn Community and will not be seeking re-election.
Are you willing to join Killearn Community Council and help to make a difference to our community? You can read about some of the work we do on our About Us page. If we do not have enough representatives, we will not be able to form a Community Council.
Stirling Council has full details of the process including how to get the application forms on its community council election page. The application deadline is Friday 19th October.
Don't be put off by the idea of an election! This is only a requirement if there are more candidates than places, which has only happened once in the history of Killearn Community Council. Otherwise, candidates are appointed directly.
Stirling Council's September Community News Sheet is available.