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Proposed removal of the Road Safety Unit – an open letter to all Argyll and Bute councillors

Dear councillor, I have been asked to write to you on behalf of Lochgilphead High School’s parent council regarding one of the council’s proposed budget savings for 2018/19.

Option TB16-3, which comes under the ‘Economic Development – Strategic Transportation’ heading, reads: ‘Reduce road safety materials budget and remove the Road Safety Unit’.

This short sentence has major implications not just for every parent in Argyll and Bute but for every resident, regardless of age.

The Road Safety Unit provides a vital service to the 12,000 primary and secondary pupils spread right across the council area. It also works with our Early Years bases.

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