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Petitions and politicians focus on crumbling roads

EXTENSIVE repairs are under way through BEAR Scotland on the A83 trunk road as sections at Argyll Caravan Park, Drishaig, Dunderave, Killean and Furnace are gradually resurfaced.

But almost as quickly as they are repaired, other stretches of road are crumbling and this has led to an online petition being set up addressed to BEAR Scotland, Argyll and Bute Council, local politicians and Transport Scotland. Its title is ‘Fix the A83 road surface and pretty much every other road in Argyll and Bute’ and it has gained around 800 signatures in just a few days.

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