Glasgow City Council Agenda - 29 June 2006, 13:30 Help

A meeting to be held at at 13:30 on 29 June 2006.

Number Item
2Print 2 - Committees' minutes - Consideration of paragraphs marked
3Print 2 - Area Committees' minutes - Submitted for information (Appendix 1).
4Consideration of minutes previously objected to.
5Invitations to attend conferences etc - Report by Chief Executive. View Papers
6Glasgow Museums Resource Centre - Phase 2 - Report by Executive Director (Cultural and Sport). View Papers
7Changes to committees etc. View Papers
8Representation on outside bodies - Low Moss Prison Visiting Committee - Remove John Flanagan and appoint Elaine Smith. View Papers
9Correspondence - Letter from Minister for Transport, Tavish Scott MSP - In response to Council Motion about the bus industry. View Papers
10Question from Councillor Niall Walker-.

11Notice of Motions
(a)by the Lord Provost:

"This Council resolves to confer the Freedom of the City on The Lord Macfarlane of Bearsden in recognition of the distinction he has brought to the City by his outstanding contribution in business and commerce, in recognition of all of the work he has undertaken in a voluntary capacity within the Arts, in consideration of his many charitable works and in recognition of his pride in being a Glaswegian".
(b)by Councillor Billy McAllister:

"Glasgow City Council calls on the Scottish Executive to increase the resources to local authorities and housing associations in order that problems of anti social behaviour may be dealt with effectively.

Council agrees to urgently re-prioritise existing resources and practises towards the tackling of anti social behaviour within local communities throughout Glasgow.

Council in recognising the notion of better homes and stronger communities calls for increased resources and commitment towards housing associations in particular to clearly support the majority of well behaved tenants and owners who suffer at the hands of anti social neighbours".
(c)by Councillor Mary Paris:

"The Council, considering that the proposal to establish a Regional Casino in Glasgow is controversial, and mindful that it has not yet consulted the citizens on this proposal, instructs the Chief Executive to conduct a postal ballot of all those registered as voters in the city of Glasgow on the question set out below, and to defray the costs from the Council's reserves. The question, to which a voter may answer Yes or No, is:

Do you wish Glasgow to be removed from the short leet of locations that are being considered by the United Kingdom Government for the establishment of the first Regional Casino in Great Britain?"
Additional item. 
12National Asylum Support Service (NASS) - Report by Director of Social Work Services. View Papers
13Festival of Muslim Cultures - Report by Chief Executive. View Papers
2652Minutes of Council meeting of 18th May 2006 (Print 2, pages 161 to 163).