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SEPA confirms probe into fly-tipping

THE SCOTTISH Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has confirmed it is investigating who is responsible for the recent fly-tipping of waste at Mount Alexander, near Banavie.

The issue was raised at last week’s monthly meeting of Kilmallie Community Council, when community councillor Russell Leaper briefed fellow members on his recent meeting with staff from the agency on this problem.

Mr Leaper explained the hope was the ownership of the land in question will soon revert to the Crown, in which case the possibility of erecting new security fencing and a gate could be looked at.

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