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Dunbeg council chairwoman quits

THE outgoing chairwoman of Dunbeg Community Council says she is leaving the post as a protest, writes David McPhee.

Gwyneth Neal, who served as chairwoman for a decade, stepped down just hours before the community council’s AGM, saying she did not agree with the actions of a particular group at a previous meeting.

Mrs Neal claimed that at a stakeholders’ meeting regarding the development of Kirk Road in Dunbeg, ‘the four people concerned had planned their strategy in advance to undermine others and take over on behalf of their political party’.

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