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Councillor dismisses SNP criticism o ver new role

A NEWLY-ELECTED Oban councillor has dismissed claims he does not have ‘enough experience’ to take on a senior council role, saying criticism from the SNP group was ‘unhelpful’.

Independent councillor Kieron Green was elected in June. At his first council meeting, last Thursday, he was nominated as spokesman for the council’s health and social care integration.

A former trade union representative, Mr Green said he was ‘delighted’ to be nominated, adding that the appointment was ‘unexpected’, but that he was experienced.

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