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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 16 December 2016 > ‘Messy’ Ford trees will be cleared, says council

‘Messy’ Ford trees will be cleared, says council

SCRUB cutting beside a Mid Argyll road has caused concern and a few raised eyebrows.

But Argyll and Bute Council has said the job is not yet complete, with trimming of untidy trees still to be carried out. As part of a £153,000 project to improve the condition of the C30 road from Ford to Kilmaha, Argyll and Bute Council contractors used a flail machine to trim back everything from small bushes to substantial specimens of ash, birch and other species.

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