Dunadd Community Council are working with local partners to tackle the speeding issues on the A816 through Kilmartin. We are waiting for traffic surveys to take place but in the meantime have teamed up with Police Scotland and have been given 30MPH stickers to display on your wheelie bins. A similar exercise has taken place in Arrochar and Lochgilphead.
Members of the Community Council will be posting letters through the doors of residents whose bins can be seen by drivers on the A816 over the next few days and will come back over the next week to place the stickers on the bins. If you are not in, we will pop them through your door.
Argyll and Bute Council are currently offering grants to residents of Argyll and Bute to make their home more energy efficient. Please click on the below link for further information –
Dunadd Community Council are looking for volunteers to be part of a steering group to create a document detailing what to do in the event of an emergency or disaster. If this sounds like something you would like to get involved in, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to the above, if you have any equipment that could be used in the event of a disaster or an emergency, please log this on the below link. Further updates to follow.
The next meeting will be held online on Tuesday 27th July at 19.30. Please e-mail email@example.com for joining instructions.
Next meeting Community Council meeting is 31st March @ Glassary, Kilmartin, and Ford Parish Church , Kilmartin
Guest this month are Jim Smith, Head of Roads and Amenities and Andrew Baron from the Roads Policing Unit. They have been invited due to the concerns residents have about speeding, parking etc in the villages.
This is a chance to be heard and to get some feedback.