Mosspark and Corkerhill Community Council is comprised of people who care about their community and want to make it a better place to live. They are people who have the time to give something back. If this sounds like you then please consider applying to be a member of M3C.
As well as representing the community to the local authority, we facilitate a wide range of activities which promote the well-being of our community. We bring local people together to help make things happen. We advise, petition, influence and advocate numerous causes and cases of concern on behalf of our local community.
Nominations are invited from residents who are 16 years or over to join Mosspark & Corkerhill Community Council
Anyone over 16 years of age who resides within the Community Council boundary area can stand for election. All that is required is that the candidate, proposer and seconders’ names appear on the Electoral Register.
For those whose names do not appear on the Electoral Register, a supplementary form to be accompanied with original documentation which confirms place of residence, can be obtained from Glasgow City Council (see below). This form should be returned by 12 noon on Friday 1st September 2017.
There are currently 3 vacancies being advertised for Mosspark & Corkerhill Community Council.
Valid nomination forms must be submitted to Glasgow City Council (see below) by 12 noon on Friday 1st September 2017
- Uncontested Election Meeting:
Should 3 or fewer valid nominations be submitted to Glasgow City Council, the candidates will be elected unopposed on Monday 18th September at 7.30pm in Mosspark Parish Church, 167 Ashkirk Drive G52 1LA.
- Contested Election – Secret Ballot:
Should more than 3 valid nominations be submitted to Glasgow City Council by 12 noon on Friday 1st September, a secret ballot will take place in Mosspark Parish Church, 167 Ashkirk Drive G52 1LA on Monday 18th September.
Qualifying residents* will be entitled to cast up to 3 votes during the ballot opening hours 5.30pm – 8.30pm. A list of candidates will be available before the secret ballot. The results of the secret ballot will be confirmed at the next scheduled meeting of the community council.
*To vote at a community council election, residents’ names and addresses must appear on the Electoral Register or be confirmed using a supplementary form (see Qualification above).
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