The SNP's grand plans seem to have been in vain.
Council departments and committees are starting to settle into the usual procedures.
As councillors and council officials scramble to get the bureaucratic machine up and running again, one piece of outdated legislation rears its ugly head yet again.
Under a strange section from a piece of legislation dating back to 1973, the council is obliged to appoint three religious representatives to the council's Executive Committee. There currently sits a Roman Catholic and a Church of Scotland representative on the committee.
Given that most Glaswegians are in the 'none of the above' bracket when it comes to Godly matters, why do we put up with this ridiculous piece of outdated religiosity?
Gary McLelland Glasgow
AGAIN the Scottish public are to be guinea pigs, this time with the minimum pricing of alcohol. This will do absolutely no good as people will find the extra money from somewhere to buy alcohol.
Doesn't this remind us that we were also the first to start paying the poll tax - a year earlier than down south?
As usual these price hikes also penalise the millions of responsible drinkers. The knock-on effect will in time show itself by way of redundancies, job cuts, poor sales figures, and suchlike all for a very rash decision by this government.
It should be looking into the social aspect of why young folk over-indulge and ways of prevention, such as education.
R S Lee Glasgow
I WOULD like to make a point to First Minister Alex Salmond about the Education Maintenence Allowance.
It is shocking that because pupils may miss one or two of their periods out of school, they cancel your money coming through.
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