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Meeting set to address unsafe road

sneil@obantimes.co.uk

A DATE has been set by the ‘joint owners’ of Dunbeg’s ‘dangerous’ Kirk Road to agree their share of the repair costs, following a public meeting on Tuesday.

The single-track Kirk Road runs for 900m from Jane Road to Dunstaffnage Castle car park and is used by hundreds of villagers, workers and tourists each day.

It gives access to the European Marine Science Park, owned by Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), used by commuters to the Scottish Association for Marine Science (SAMS), and by staff, parents and toddlers at Argyll College UHI’s nursery.

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