|— County of Glasgow —|
|Motto: Let Glasgow Flourish|
|Country||Kingdom of Scotland|
|Towns||Ardencaple, Glasgow, Stirling|
|Province||Province of Glasgow|
|Dioceses||Diocese of Glasgow|
|Established||27 March 1456|
Glasgow County InformationEdit
- Glasgow is the northernmost county in Scotland, connected to the former county of Ayr via roads from Glasgow (City) and Lanark
- Glasgow is the only county in Scotland with level 2/3 port access on both its eastern (Stirling) level 2 and western (Ardencaple) level 4 coastlines.
- On 3 March, 1458 Count Dry WhiteSnow declared Glasgow to be an independent and sovereign county separate to the rest of Scotland. Glasgow simultaneously withdrew from the National Assembly, the Scottish National Embassy and the RSA. However, the County remains under the authority of then-King Cheatley
- On 27 May, 1458 Countess Angeljoy25 declared the border to Glasgow closed and any would-be traveller to Glasgow must now request permission for entry at the Glasgow Embassy.
- As of January 1462 Glasgow and Galloway were two separate Counties and not under the control of a unified Scottish government.
Towns in Glasgow CountyEdit
Government of Glasgow CountyEdit
- The current Council consists of members from the SCOTS Council list.
- Gardrick_Cantor became Duke on 18 January, 1462, replacing Monte who resigned on the 16th.
Glasgow County CouncilEdit
Members of the Glasgow County Council as of January 21st, 1462.
- Duke - Gardrick_Cantor (SCOTS) (Replacing Monte on January 18th, 1462)
- Spokesperson - Heeteepee (SCOTS)
- Rector - Boomshine
- Trade Minister - Silverr (SCOTS)
- Sheriff - Witt MacAulay (SCOTS)
- Mines Superintendent - Zalathorn (SCOTS)
- Vidar323 (SCOTS)
- (Vacant - SCOTS, formerly Monte who served as Duke until January 16th, 1462)