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Communities up in arms over boundary change proposals

THE Boundary Commission has ‘totally ignored’ Kilninver and Kilmelford’s wish to stay in the Oban North and Lorn ward, according to the community council’s chairman.

At a meeting in Kilmelford Village Hall last week, Nigel Mitchell gave his anual AGM report and listed ‘one unpleasant piece of news’, namely the Boundary Commission for Scotland’s fifth electoral review.

It recommends changing ward boundaries and reducing the number of Argyll and Bute councillors by three to 33, in time for local government elections in May 2017.

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