The board, in its lack of common sense, no consultation with the people that matter, police, ambulance, A&E and worried citizens, has decided to "add" an hour to Glasgow's drinking time to quote "bring us into line with Edinburgh and Aberdeen".
This decision comes despite Glasgow now being the capital of "drunken violence".
And what will this extra hour do for the city? It will certainly increase lateness at work, hangovers in crucial jobs, and less money for the "essentials".
I wonder, if Edinburgh and Aberdeen had "reduced" their drinking laws by an hour, would Glasgow have followed suit? I think not.
Dog fouling fury
Dog fouling in parks in Glasgow is a horrendous problem, I would urge the city council to consider placing community enforcement officers on scooters, similar to as traffic wardens do.
They would be able to cover a greater distance and issue more tickets to offending perpetrators.
I AGREE with councillor Norman MacLeod's call for free school meals for Glasgow pupils in Primary one to three (Saturday).
I think this would be a sensible move and one that should be seriously considered.
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IT was great to see the thousands of Belgium football fans in the city centre last week.
They were a credit to their nation and helped serve up a great atmosphere in the build-up to the match and after the game.
It's a pity George Square wasn't available for the supporters to gather in, however, at least they had a fan zone in Merchant City instead.