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Tayinloan man’s bark bites council’s pier wood claims

A SUSTAINED campaign by a west Kintyre resident has resulted in Argyll and Bute council agreeing to replace timbers on Tayinloan pier.

John Roney, 66, first raised the issue of rotting pier timbers in October 2015 and last year the council started a £75,000 improvement scheme on the structure which is vital for users of CalMac’s lifeline Gigha ferry.

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