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Luing residents refuse to stay silent over overflowing bins

sneil@obantimes.co.uk

LUING’S bins were left overflowing with rubbish for up to a month due to a broken down bin lorry, and islanders fear this is a taste of what’s to come when refuse collections move from every fortnight to every three weeks.

‘We have been having a torrid time,’ reported Luing community councillor Nicky Archibald last week.

‘We have not had a collection for ages, for four weeks now. I think [Argyll and Bute Council] has gone down to two lorries and they keep breaking down. We all have bags and bags overflowing.

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