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Council sees red

THE TRAFFIC lights at Oban High School are still causing concern, Oban Community Council heard on Monday.

From the audience, Kenny MacLennan, a member of the public, asked whether the lights were controlled by computer, sensor pads or both. Mr MacLennan, who attends the monthly meetings regularly, said: ‘The sequence of these lights needs to be changed to make it work. There are a few concerns about the lights due to people jumping the lights or being kept waiting due to signal problems.’

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