This unpopular policy has been unanimously condemned by the 520 families affected and the learning disabled community for some considerable time now.
The council's flawed personalisation process is resulting in casting out the most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our community.
Let's hope this change at the top is a chance for the council to reinvest in day centres by incorporating them, as South Lanarkshire have done, into sports and leisure complexes.
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REGARDING smartcards - this scheme is based loosely on London's Oyster Card system, so it might be a good idea to have the bus and railway systems geared up to accept these smartcards too.
Consider the convenience of making a journey with a smartcard that was accepted on the whole transport network.
Simply start your journey by going to your local shop, pay for a top-up, then swipe your way across the region - no fuss and no mess.
It would help to speed up the bus services, as people would no longer stand on the platform asking "how much is it from Point A to Point B?", then have to turn their pockets inside-out looking for the exact fare, to discover they are short and have to get off the bus again.
Steven Rowan, Middlesex
Police HQ plan
REGARDING the plan for a police HQ in Dalmarnock - there is a massive police station in Govan and one on London Road. Why do we need to build another?
John McMahon Posted online
Well done Glasgow City Council for giving £100 to pensioners. Is that what you do with the £11,000 of "bus-lane" fines gleefully collected daily?
John Watcher, Posted online