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People power prompts a U-turn on grass cutting

PUBLIC protest has prompted councillors to look again at plans to reduce grass cutting in Mid Argyll.

As part of a series of cost-cutting measures – known as Service Choices – last year aimed at closing a (then) £10 million funding gap, the council decided to reduce its grass-cutting ser vices in some areas and stop it completely in others. In taking these steps, councillors hoped to save £18,000 from the budget.

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