The recent heavy rain and high winds have seen most of the city's trees drop their leaves. The pavements are like skating rinks due to leaf litter and the gutters and stanks are choked.
Years ago you would regularly see 'cooncil' vans out clearing the gutters and drains, but not any more.
Yesterday, by Bellahouston Park, I saw a pensioner, out in his slippers, who, armed only with a wee shovel, was trying to clear a drain to stop Paisley Road West from flooding.
Is this the future? Are we all meant to pitch in to keep our roads open?
Sometimes, I wonder where all our council tax money goes these days.
WHAT a "swizzle" from our Labour-led Glasgow City Council.
They are creating bus-lanes to operate 24 hours. Why do bus lanes require to be monitored after midnight, when services cease?
Sorry I am so "dumb"- more money for city coffers imposed and collected from Glasgow's hard working council taxpayers.
Shame on the Glasgow Labour Group.
Your "greedy" policies are driving the shoppers to abandon our city centre for welcoming out-of-town, retail parks.
John Watcher Posted online
I AM amazed that Sepa gave permission for a landfill sire without any check on what was being stored (October 28).
I was even more surprised that there was no consultation with people living next to the site prior to Sepa giving permission.
Ronnie Simpson Posted online
Susan on song
I WAS delighted to see Susan Boyle turn out to support a worthy cause by performing at a gala concert for the Prince And Princess Of Wales Hospice.
The fundraising campaign to build a new hospice in Glasgow is dear to many people's hearts in the city.
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