Okay, my comment was deleted, fair enough. I think I made a good point fairly but I'll respect the referees decision.
Feel free to object (more) rationally when I now make tangential points relating to other Scots councils.
My current council is Edinburgh, and I regularly see councillors there being dropped off from 'Works' vans. They use council vehicles as private taxis, at a time they are charging workers for parking at work and laying off workers.
The council I worked for, if you reach Larkhall then you are there, had a lovely line in sectarianism. "What's green and doesn't move? A Catholic on the housing list", said the head of housing to he head of finance in my presence. Not really a joke since it was true.
Further west again, Glasgow City Council - sexual abuse, homophobia, sectarianism, graft, it'd be easier to list what they do correctly.
These people feel like they have 'tenure', that they are 'untouchable', and they act accordingly. I'm not right wing, probably you'd label me far-left, but you just don't get away with their sort of malfeasance in a corporation, unless you own the corporation.