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Kilmallie Community Council

KILMALLIE Community Council met on Monday February 26.

Among the items discussed were:

Police update: Ross McCartney introduced himself as the new police community liason officer, having moved from Paisley. Ross suggested Katie Duncan, community relations officer, attend a future meeting to introduce herself. She deals with and tries to resolve tensions in communities.

Banavie war memorial: Christine Hutchison reported she had received a complaint about illegibility of the names and she had written to Emma Tayler. Alf Leslie of Highland Council would approach a stone mason for an opinion on work needing carried out and the community council is awaiting a response.

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