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Save Aberdeen\'s Services, Schools & Doonie\'s Farm

117 Signatures Goal: 250

WE THE UNDERSIGNED register our opposition to the budget cuts approved by Aberdeen City Council including the decisions to a) cut sports and recreational services, b) propose school closings (including Victoria Road School), c) cut programmes for people with special abilities such as day centres, d) shorten musuem and library hours, and e) close the unique Doonie\'s Rare Breeds farm (and sell its 300 animals to the highest bidder). The City Council could have made savings in its budgets im many other ways, and we wish to hear specifically who decided to cut these much needed and enjoyed programmes and services and how they justify these rash actions. We also wish to know how much outstanding rent, tax and fees remain uncollected and what is being done to remedy this situation. (NEWS - THE TURNOUT AT THE ABERDEEN ARTS CENTRE ON FRIDAY 21ST MARCH WAS AMAZING - ALL THE GROUPS HIT BY THE BUDGET CUTS HAD A CHANCE TO STATE THEIR CASE - PITY THAT THE COUNCIL LEADER DECIDED NOT TO BE THERE...)

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S Kelly

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    uqyokqfuh Latvia
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    gerard mc cabe United Kingdom
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    Anne Meale United Kingdom
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    Michelle Caie United Kingdom
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    Nicola Musgrave United Kingdom
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    Torry NewsDesk United Kingdom
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    Andy Davidson-Lee United Kingdom
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    Julie Sinclair United Kingdom
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    Julia Constantinides United Kingdom
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    Dominic Standing United Kingdom
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    Rachel Shanks United Kingdom
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    Janet MacKay United Kingdom
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    Elaine Grosvenor United Kingdom
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