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Glencoe and Glen Etive Community Council will be holding an online meeting via Zoom on Tuesday February 16, at 7.30pm.
All residents are welcome and anyone who would like to join should email chairperson, Viki Sutherland, at email@example.com for details.
Since the last meeting, the council has been working on the following items:
*applying for a £12,000 grant from the HC Coastal Communities Fund for a feasibility study as the first step in achieving a new village car park
*completing the paperwork to convert the Glencoe and Glen Etive Community Company to a SCIO, liaising with lawyers to draw up a legally binding contract between the Community Company SCIO and Dickins Hydro, regarding the hydro works in Glen Etive
*liaising with HC Roads Dept to have a weight limit put on the B listed humpback bridge in the village (which dates back to 1785); and also liaising with them on the timescale for the replacement of the passing place signs in Glen Etive
looking to source scree and infill locally for the laybys and carparks the council is planning to upgrade
*exploring funding options for dual language information boards planned along the Orbital path
*applying to the National Lottery Fund for funding to set up a Community Wardens team