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Ruth Davidson guest speaker at Annual Dinner

East Lothian Conservatives were delighted to welcome Leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson, MSP as guest speaker at their Annual Dinner held at the Open Arms in Dirleton last Thursday.

BLACKCASTLE TURBINE

 Commenting on the news that the appeal for the turbine on Blackcastle Hill has been refused, Dunbar councillor Michael Veitch said:

TRAFFIC WARDENS

 Commenting on the report presented to today’s full Council meeting on traffic wardens, Conservative Group Leader Cllr Michael Veitch said:“The lack of proper consultation by Police Scotland has been truly shocking.

ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT

Commenting on the 2012/13 Annual Performance Report presented to today’s full Council meeting, Conservative Group Leader Cllr Michael Veitch said: 

ANNUAL AUDIT REPORT

Commenting on the KPMG Audit report considered at today’s full Council meeting, Depute Leader Cllr Michael Veitch said:

BEVERIDGE ROW PLANNING DECISION

Commenting on the decision of a Scottish Government reporter to allow, subject to conditions, the appeal on land adjacent to Beveridge Row, Belhaven, local Councillor Michael Veitch said:

PHANTASSIE WIND TURBINES

Speaking at today’s planning committee, Dunbar & East Linton councillor Michael Veitch said:“Our Supplementary Landscape Capacity Study states that

DUNBAR HIGH STREET

On Tuesday this week (10th September) Dunbar Councillor Michael Veitch introduced a public meeting at the Royal MacKintosh Hotel, Dunbar to discuss the town’s High Street. Around 50 people from various community groups were in attendance.

BLACKCASTLE TURBINE

Following the news that the Dunbar Community Energy Company has appealed against East Lothian Council’s decision to refuse permission for their wind turbine on Blackcastle Hill, Dunbar councillor Michael Veitch has written to the Directorate for Planning Appeals making the case for why the Council’s decision should not be over-turned.