Roseanna is encouraging local individuals and businesses to participate in a consultation on the most comprehensive assessment of flood risk ever compiled in Scotland.
Commenting on the decision of Cllr Jack Coburn to retire from Perth & Kinross Council, Roseanna said:
“While I understand Jack’s decision to retire ahead of the next election, I am sorry to see him go. He is a well-known, popular and respected man who has made a huge contribution to the work of the council since he was first elected in 2003.
Roseanna recently visited The Famous Grouse Experience where she met with the Stuart Cassells, Manager of the Centre, to talk about their plans for 2015. These include an exciting campaign centred on the Glenturret Malt Whisky and in the autumn, the publication of a history of the distillery. She also viewed the largest bottle of whisky in the world.
Roseanna has pledged to fight to protect Scotland’s NHS by calling on David Cameron to use his veto to protect the NHS from the effects of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP).
Today she signed the pledge board, provided by the trade union Unite, demanding that David Cameron vetoes TTIP unless the NHS is “fully and clearly exempted” from the agreement.