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UK’S TOUGHEST CLASSIC CAR RALLY ‘LE-JOG’ TO COME TO OBAN AIRPORT More than 70 classic cars will arrive at Oban Airport on Monday 9 December for time trials during the â€˜LeJogâ€™ car rally. The cars will be on the runway at Oban Airport â€“ operated by Argyll and Bute Council – between 2.30pm and 4.30pm [...]
here is one article on the meeting last night http://www.fishupdate.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/20020/Dawnfresh_grilled_by_communities_over_sea_loch_plans.html and here are some notes on some of the points made throughout the presentation and the question time afterwards There are 14 full time staff, of which 6 are on temporary contracts. There are presently vacancies for 3 more posts : Farm technician : Farm [...]
http://www.argyll-bute.gov.uk/council-and-government/community-council-elections-31-october-2013 Community Council Elections – 31 October 2013 Community Council elections are taking place forÂ all community councils within the Argyll and Bute area in October 2013. The formal Notice of Election will be advertised locally during the week beginning 9 September 2013. Nomination packs will be available from the week beginning 9 September from local [...]
http://www.lochetive.org/ Dawnfresh Farming Limited, the rainbow trout fish-farming company, is seeking planning permission to build a massive and permanent floating 10-cage fish-farm at Sailean Ruadh, effectively doubling the tonnage of rainbow trout farmed on Loch Etive. find out more on the website
Updated below : The date for the Ardchattan School Closure meeting has been set by the council, who seem to be disregarding the fact that it is on the same day as the P7 children and parents are in Oban High to meet the teachers who will be looking after the children the following year. [...]
current planning applications
Everyone is delighted that Barcaldine school has been taken off the current target list for the school closures, however the children, teachers and parents of the parish are still very much in the councils sights for upheaval of the worst kind. Ardchattan is a direct target for closure, seemingly without any comprehension of the potential [...]
Will try and keep this updated through the year, if someone wants to do this, please volunteer.
Following the public consultation on the draft Loch EtiveÂ ICZMÂ Plan at the end of last year, Argyll and Bute Council’s Marine & Coastal Development Unit has considered the responses to the consultation and published aÂ Consultation Report and theÂ Proposed Final Loch EtiveÂ ICZMÂ Plan on the Council website.
Core Paths Plan – Finalised Draft Public Consultation From ABC website : – The consultation on this draft of the Plan opened for the public on the 7th of January 2011 and will close on Monday 4th of April 2011 at 12.00hrs – Noon. You can see the maps and the document, and make comments [...]