Due to unforeseen circumstances not all Councillors could be present at the Community council meeting
Nominations for new Councillors must be received by Stirling Council by Friday 21st October.
Without a Community Council we do not have an elected body with a mandate to consult the community and respond to requests for consultations from outside agencies such at the National Park and Stirling Council.
Nomination forms are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, from Drymen Library, or going to Stirling Council website.
We are looking forward to welcoming you onto the team for what we have found to be an interesting and challenging opportunity to help protect our unique, rural community.
Therefore, it has been agreed that the Community Council will continue with the remaining 3 Community Councillors, until interim elections are held. This is likely to be before the end of 2016. The Community Council can hold 3 meetings between now and the Interim Elections, they cannot co-opt in to the vacancies, the quorum for meetings remains a 1/3 or 3, whichever is the greater. In the event of the Interim Elections not bringing the number of Community Councillors up to the 7, Stirling Council would move to dissolve the Community Council. The election process will be organised and managed by Stirling Council Democratic Services.