For the Asian community who rely on the Mel Milaap Day Centre at Charing Cross, moving the service to the South Side will mean no access to day services within their own community.
Glasgow City Council has kindly given them until next week before they will withdraw services, because the building 'does not meet health and safety specifications'.
Could there be a weaker excuse?
To oversee closure of one of the first ethnic minority day centres in Scotland is another act of social vandalism by our 'caring' council.
I hope that people will now realise that there is a genuine care crisis for vulnerable people in Glasgow.
Tommy Gorman Glasgow
Keep it clean
I ENJOY reading Mr Clean's letters in the Evening Times.
I would like to introduce myself as Mrs Clean.
And I would like to ask, where has our self-respect gone?
If sweet packets, empty juice cans or any other rubbish was lying on your doorstep, you would clean up the mess and keep your entrance to your property tidy.
But it seems most people in Glasgow just walk past the rubbish, which explains why we have rats all over the city.
Come on people, help clean up your city.
Mrs Clean South Side
Costly cop calls
I READ with interest the story in the Evening Times about the closures of police stations.
I wonder where all the 15p call charges are going, paid by anyone who calls the new police non-emergency 101 number?
Could this not be used to help keep police stations open, because if you call 101 from a house or mobile it costs 15p?
Claire Lewis Glasgow