Fraserburgh Community Safety Group held their AGM on Monday May 16 in the Council Chambers, Saltoun Square.
Representatives from local businesses, the community council and other local organisations were welcomed by outgoing chairman Bob Sim, who thanked everyone for their support during the previous year and advised that he would not be standing for re-election.
After dealing with business, including the financial report that noted funding had been received by eighteen local people for the pass plus scheme, nominations were put forward for office bearers for the next 12 months.
Michael Watt was elected Chairman, Lisa Lyall, Vice Chair, Tracy McAllister, Secretary and Alison Hamer, Treasurer.
The newly elected chairman, Michael Watt then closed the meeting and fixed the date for the next meeting which will be held in the Council Chambers on June 6. He also thanked everyone for attending.
Commenting on the new team after the meeting closed, Michael Watt, Chairman said: “I am hoping this is a turning point for Fraserburgh and am delighted to see three young local women becoming involved in the Community Safety Group. I am looking forward to the next twelve months and working with the new team and have every confidence in them that they will be pro-active rather than re-active.”