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Grass-cutting at cemeteries is earmarked for the chop

dmcphee@obantimes.co.uk

CEMETERIES on Islay are getting cut … from the council’s grass-cutting schedule.

As a way to save money, Argyll and Bute Council is reducing the number of times it cuts the grass to once a year.

The council budget states that grass-cutting will be carried out once, either in October or November, with some areas returned to meadow or natural growth, and hedges will be maintained in winter only with one cut per year.

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