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Four homes forced to share two small bins

FOUR Oban houses sharing just two overflowing green bins were finally given their due quota this week after giving up contacting The Oban Times.

A Glencruitten Road resident complained to his MP, local councillors and The Oban Times on Monday that four properties had been reduced to sharing two small green bins for general waste, and one small blue recycling bin, to last for three weeks between collections.

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