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Queen's birhtday celebrated

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Beacons were lit across the nation last night as the Queen celebrated her 90th birthday – and we celebrated with her.

 

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NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE FOR ARGYLL AND BUTE COUNCIL

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Argyll and Bute Council has announced this week that Cleland Sneddon, currently executive director of community services, has been appointed as its new chief executive.

 Councillor Dick Walsh, leader of the council said: “We are delighted to welcome Cleland to the role of chief executive of Argyll and Bute Council. Cleland brings a wealth of experience and insight that will serve Argyll and Bute well.

 

CASH FOR WAITING ROOM "SPENT"

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THE prospect of a permanent waiting room and ticket office at Dunoon Ferry Terminal looks distant this week after Argyll and Bute Council admitted it has spent the cash it had put aside for the building.

 

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THREE-WEEKLY BIN COLLECTIONS

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COWAL’s green general waste bins will be emptied on a three-weekly basis soon, Argyll and Bute Council confirmed this week.

Full story in the current issue of the paper.

 

 

DGS NOT YET SURVEYED

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FAULTS have been found in two Argyll and Bute Schools in the wake of the Edinburgh schools fiasco – but Dunoon Grammar School (above) has yet to be inspected.

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Clyde Ferry Questions

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A potential bidder for the next ferry service contract between Dunoon and Gourock town centres has initiated an online survey of ferry users. 

The survey, which can be found at www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/GourockDunoonFerry, is designed to collect information about the use of ferry services and what works well - or not - about them. It applies both to residents of Cowal and those who live elsewhere and who use the ferry services between Inverclyde and Cowal.

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