The team that came to my house on Sunday were a fast and efficient group who carried out their work with a cheery smile.
Good to see it. Others could certainly learn from them.
Bill Love, Mosspark
LAST Armed Forces Day Parade in Glasgow, my home City, we had about 34 Greys berets on parade. This year, on June 29 on parade, we will have more than 100 Greys berets taking part.
This will be the largest turn-out of any Armed Forces Association I've ever known after taking part for over 30 years.
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Regiment is returning to Scotland in 2015 from Fallingbostel, Germany after many years.
There will be readers who served in this proud regiment but are not in the Association. They should come along to George Square and join in with their army pals.
Alexander 'Scoop' Alum (ex Scots Grey) Cumbernauld
WITH regard to Tuesday's front page story, 'Bid to Block £300M Super Mall', SPT's role, as the public transport authority, means we are invited to comment on matters where public transport may be affected as we do on a vast number of applications each year.
We are very supportive of city centre regeneration and it is our job to make sure that access by public transport is a priority.
It is untrue to suggest that SPT is seeking to block any city-centre development plans on the expansion of Buchanan Galleries.
We have been actively working with Glasgow City Council to come up with traffic improvements which can be made to enhance traffic flow in the city and are currently seeking clarification – further to comments we've provided – through the planning process.
This will not block any plans but will ensure that consumers can get to where they want as easily as possible by public transport.
Chief Executive Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT)