Spean Bridge, Roy Bridge and Ach­nacarry

The Oban Times - - Districts -

SPEAN Bridge, Roy Bridge and Ach­nacarry Com­mu­nity Coun­cil met for its first meet­ing of 2017 on Tues­day Jan­uary 10. Items dis­cussed at the meet­ing in­cluded: The signs the com­mu­nity coun­cil had re­quested some months ago for ad­ja­cent to the Fer­gu­son log yard have now been erected.

An of­fer to have a Trans­port Scot­land of­fi­cial at­tend a fu­ture com­mu­nity coun­cil meet­ing to dis­cuss road safety was ac­cepted.

Emer­gency cul­vert re­place­ment work on the A86 at both sides of Lag­gan will mean the trunk road will be closed from 7pm to 7am next week, be­gin­ning Mon­day Jan­uary 16.

The dam­aged road sign at the en­trance to Spean Bridge on the A86 will be re­ferred to BEAR.

Sergeant Andy Cooper re­ported that the po­lice lo­cally had a fairly busy time over the fes­tive sea­son, although there was noth­ing of note in the area, how­ever the speed­ing cam­paign con­tin­ues at Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge. Drink driv­ing of­fences in the area were prob­a­bly the low­est in re­cent mem­ory for this time of year.

There had been no call- outs for ei­ther the First Re­spon­ders or the fire and res­cue ser­vice in the last month.

Two de­fib­ril­la­tors are now in­stalled in Spean Bridge and Roy Bridge and train­ing will be ar­ranged shortly.

Fire safety vis­its will also start in the com­ing months.

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