by Ian Yuill on 15 August, 2019
Following a request from local residents, the city council is holding an election to reestablish Ashley and Broomhill Community Council.
This is good news as sadly the community council was wound up last October when not enough people were nominated to be members of it.
Community councils in Aberdeen typically meet in the evening once a month with meetings lasting between one and two hours.
Anyone 16 years of age and over who lives in the Ashley and Broomhill Community Council area and whose name is on the electoral register can be nominated or apply to become a community councillor.
Nominations to be a member of Ashley and Broomhill Community Council have to be received by 4pm on Thursday 29th August. You can find out more and download a nomination form here.
If less than six people are nominated for election then the community council will not be reestablished. Provided at least six people are nominated then the community council will be reestablished. If more than twelve people are nominated there will be an election to choose the twelve members of the community council.2 Comments