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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 24th June 2016 > Councillor fears Kilkerran cutbacks part of wider picture

Councillor fears Kilkerran cutbacks part of wider picture

‘I have discovered local staff have been told to discontinue maintenance of the Park’

LACK of maintenance in a historic Campbeltown park may indicate further council service decline, an Argyll councillor fears.

Kilkerran Park, once the town’s main play area, was relocated nearer the centre to its current position by the ferry terminal, a move initiated by Councillor Donald Kelly.

He is disappointed that, this year, local staff have been told to stop maintaining the park, despite the council agreeing to continue its upkeep after the relocation and while it subcontracts extra work from Argyll Community Housing Association (ACHA).

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