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Cash-strapped council cuts public meetings

POLITICAL opponents have slammed one of the first acts of Argyll and Bute Council.

There was no surprise at last week’s first full council meeting following the local elections on May 4 as an independent group of seven councillors aligned themselves with an eightstrong Conservative group and the six Lib- Dems, creating a coalition majority of 21 members. Outside the administration are the Argyll First group of two, comprising Dougie Philand and Donald Kelly, independent George Freeman, non-aligned Jean Moffat and the SNP group of 11 councillors.

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