Who dunnit appeal could save taxpayers’ expense

Councillor Roddy McCuish is appealing for information about the driver whose car destroyed a wall belonging to the Rockfield Centre earlier this summer.

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Unless the person who crashed into a wall belonging to Oban’s Rockfield Centre comes forward, the repair cost of £10,000 could fall on taxpayers.

There are hopes a bill to the council can be avoided if police are able to pass on the driver’s details for a claim against their insurance instead, says councillor Roddy McCuish.