It has been a busy Monday – including :
+ A meeting of the Tay Road Bridge Board. In addition to the usual business about board administration and finances, there was an update on the proposed 50th anniversary celebrations that will take place on Sunday 21st August. Events will take place on the bridge and in the new Slessor Gardens and there will be a photography competition, vintage buses and other vehicles taking part, a pipe band, a memorabilia roadshow and public art on display.
+ A meeting of the Rail Station Concourse Project Board. It was good to hear the progress with the construction which is well on programme.
+ Two ward surgeries – at the Mitchell Street Centre and the West Park Centre.
+ A meeting of the Discovery Walk Committee. The Discovery Walk will comprise of plaques set into the paved area of the green space at the heart of the waterfront development – to celebrate the contributions of Dundee people who have contributed to science and society in a highly visible and permanent way. The walk will be officially opened on 6th April and tonight’s meeting discussed the details of the opening, which will be a great day for Dundee.