Category: Politics

New Enviroment Minister

In a surprise Scottish Government cabinet reshuffle earlier this week, Paul Whitehouse MSP has been named as the new Minister for Environment and Climate Change. http://www.scotland.gov.uk/About/People/14944/Scottish-Cabinet/Paul-Wheelhouse-MSP Congratulation go to Mr Whitehouse on his new appointment. We look forward to meeting the new Minister. Technorati Tags: Minister for Environment,Paul Whitehouse,Scottish Government

Congratulations Councillors

Freuchie Flood Action Group would like to congratulate Cllr Donald Lothian and Cllr David MacDiarmid on their successful re-election and welcome Cllr Andy Heer to be the latest representative of Freuchie. These three councillors will be representing The Howe of Fife and Tay Coast (Ward 17), of which Freuchie is a part, for the next

FRM – Fife Council Committee

At the November 2010 Enterprise, Environment & Transportation Committee meeting of Fife Council, a report on the Flood Risk Management (Scotland) Act 2009 and its implications for Fife Council was submitted by the Head of Transportation Services for consideration by councillors. FFAG has a previously blog post about this meeting. John A Thomson, Chairman of

FCC Facebook Page

Freuchie Community Council is now on Facebook. This is an exciting development for the community to keep abreast of the activities of our community council and a new mechanism for our community councillors to share with the community. Here’s the link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Freuchie-Community-Council/198227933534132 Remember to hit the “Like” button if you want the latest news and updates

Watch Out Thieves About

Whilst out and about yesterday, we spotted a manhole cover was missing, most probably stolen. The manhole in question was installed by Fife Council last year as part of the new Freuchie Mill Road surface drainage improvement scheme. This is a disgraceful theft of important infrastructure. Photo: Missing manhole cover at Freuchie Mill Road Fife

Councillor Shows Concern

We would like to thank Cllr David MacDiarmid for showing up yesterday early evening to check on how Freuchie was standing up to the rainfall. He was only away about fifteen minutes when the high drama began at Freuchie Mill. We appreciate his concern and continued support. Technorati Tags: Cllr David MacDiarmid, Freuchie, Freuchie Mill

Flood Study Recommendation

Freuchie has been recommended as the next priority area for a flood scoping study in a Fife Council report being submitted to the Environment, Enterprise and Transportation Committee next week. In the report Jim Moodie, Lead Officer for Harbours, Flood and Coast, has recommended: “Priority areas with identified flood risk, that require flood studies, indicated