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Digital Subscriptions > Argyllshire Advertiser > 18 November 2016 > Anger after council fells row of trees for cycle link

Anger after council fells row of trees for cycle link

ACTION by the local authority to remove a row of trees screening an industrial building has angered Cairnbaan residents.

The line of conifers, estimated at around 30 to 40 years old, were felled by Argyll and Bute Council to create a pavement along the southern bank of the Crinan Canal linking Letter Daill with the waterway.

But the trees have been screening a forestry workshop from the view of local people.

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