30 YEARS AGO

Rutherglen Reformer - - Memory Lane -

Top level talks were tak­ing place over the de­vel­op­ment of Ruther­glen land that could have brought new jobs to the area in the fu­ture.

The district coun­cil agreed to foot the bill for sev­eral Lan­de­mer Day ser­vices, af­ter the com­mit­tee were told that they would no longer be free.

Strath­clyde Re­gional Coun­cil an­nounced that £3mil­lion would spent on im­prov­ing and up­grad­ing Trin­ity High in Ruther­glen and Hall­side Pri­mary in Cam­bus­lang.

Nearly 300 ten­ants in Cam­bus­lang had told their re­spec­tive hous­ing as­so­ci­a­tions that they in­tended to with­hold the cur­rent rent in­creases.

The trou­bled Ruther­glen Thurs­day mar­ket was forced to move to its sec­ond new site in two weeks.

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