COSLA


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COSLA

(ˈkɒzlə)
n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Convention of Scottish Local Authorities
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COSLAs Environment and Economy Spokesperson Councillor Steven Heddle said:
The COSLA Awards, decided from hundreds of applications, are all about celebrating innovating and ground breaking projects and give local authorities the opportunity to showcase their work and be recognised for making a difference to communities with good practice that can be shared across Scotland.
COSLA plans to advocate for public libraries and negotiate with vendors and publishers to bring ebooks and other downloadable media to all libraries in the U.
We will continue to work with COSLA and partners to support recruitment and planning in a more innovative and proactive way, while always standing up for Scotlands place in Europe and continuing to welcome those who contribute so much.
But it turns out that COSLA has plenty of work ahead: According to a survey that COSLA conducted last summer, 39% of libraries in the U.
COSLA refuses to reveal publicly what allowances it pays, but the Sunday Mirror has learned that Watters' allowance is pounds 10,000 - taking his total pay to more than pounds 35,000 a year.
He said: COSLA welcomes the collaborative approach that has been used during the development of this guidance over the last few months.
FBU Scottish Secretary Kenny Ross said he would be meeting ministers and COSLA about the issue.
SNP MSP Bob Doris, who convenes the committee, said: "These comments from COSLA bring to light once again the very real damage that the UK Tory Government are causing in Scotland's communities.
We will continue to have an important role to play in helping these refugees settle into their new lives in Scotland, and the Scottish Government will continue to work with local authorities and COSLA to offer a place of safety to those fleeing war and persecution.
Scotlands Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead was joined by COSLA spokesperson for Development, Economy and Sustainability, Councillor Stephen Hagan, today to announce a new consistent approach to recycling in Scotland.
Cllr Harry McGuigan, COSLA spokesperson for community well-being, said: COSLA is committed to eradicating violence against women and girls and we are pleased to have the Joint Strategic Board in place with strong representation from a range of key stakeholders.