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Have your say on how public money is spent

KINTYRE people will have a say on how funding is spent on special projects.

Members of the public can vote on how £15,000 secured by Argyll and Bute Council from the Scottish Government will be spent to ‘strengthen and grow Gaelic’.

The voting process, known as participatory budgeting, will allow Kintyre residents to choose which of 14 wide-ranging projects, encompassing education, music and culture, they would like to fund.

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