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APPENDIX to the minute of the meeting of the Personnel and Property Services Committee of 3 September 1996 (Article 2 refers)

MINUTE of MEETING of the PERSONNEL AND PROPERTY SERVICES EXECUTIVE SUB-COMMITTEE held in the Town and County Hall, Forfar on Monday, 22 July 1996 at 9.15 am.

Present: Councillors ROB J MURRAY, WILLIAM MIDDLETON and THOMAS I N YOUNG.

Councillor MURRAY, Convener, in the Chair.

 

1. PUBLIC HOLIDAYS

With reference to Article 7 of the minute of meeting of the Personnel and Property Services Committee of 28 February 1996 there was submitted Report No 570/96 by the Director of Personnel detailing the outcome of discussions with trade unions on public holiday arrangements for Angus Council.

The Sub-Committee:-

(a) approved the agreement reached with the trade unions on public holidays as set out in paragraph 3(i)-(vi) of the report;

(b) noted that arrangements set out in (i) to (vi) above would not apply to teaching staff or manual employees in the Contract Services Department (ie ground maintenance workers, painters and plumbers) and that the public holiday arrangements as applied by the former Angus District Council for manual employees in the Contract Services Department would continue to be adopted.

2. EXCLUSION OF PUBLIC AND PRESS

The Sub-Committee resolved that the public and press should be excluded during consideration of the following items so as to avoid the possible disclosure of exempt information as defined in Part I of Schedule 7A to the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1973.

3. 81 HIGH STREET, MONIFIETH - OFFICE ALTERATIONS

There was submitted Joint Report No 559/96 by the Directors of Property Services and Housing on proposed alterations to property at 81 High Street, Monifieth.

The Sub-Committee agreed to defer consideration of this item to the next meeting of the Personnel and Property Services Committee.

4. VARIOUS COUNCIL PROPERTIES - INSPECTING AND TESTING OF ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS 1996/97

The Sub-Committee noted that tenders had been received in respect of the above and that as the cost was under £50,000, tender acceptance would be dealt with by appropriate Chief Officers in accordance with the Council’s Financial Regulations.