The council can't really win or please everybody. Spend big and people complain. Spend a little and others will moan.
I do not think you need to spend a lot of money to produce a decent design or basic improvements. Let's face it, there is not much wrong with it really. Keeping it simple is the best solution.
But if there are more changes after the Games, then I would like a fountain or water feature of some sort.
I was shocked to read in Friday's Evening Times about the high number of bikes being stolen in Glasgow's West End.
The cost and also the inconvenience caused to cyclists must be infuriating. It is a real shame this goes on at a time when efforts are being made in the city to encourage people to get back on their bikes.
What a great boost that world class sprinter Usain Bolt is hoping to make his way to Glasgow for the 2014 Games. It would be fantastic for the city and spectators to see him.
I have put in for athletics tickets and hope I am one of the lucky ones when the allocations are made.
I work for a youth charity in Inverclyde and want to thank the Evening Times for recent stories highlighting positivity and "good" news about young people.
Unfortunately, stories about crime committed by young people take up way too much space in the papers. Statistics have shown the actual percentage of all crime committed in the UK by under 25s is very low, in comparison to the perception of youth crime in society.
Thanks for your part in helping young people get a good name.
Jen Paton Centre director, Inverclyde Youth For Christ