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Plockton and District Community Council met by Zoom on August 9 with a number of issues being discussed.
This included the subject of village skips which members heard will be arranged soon.
As far as roadworks are concerned, only capital projects are being carried out at the moment.
On the matter of 14 Harbour Street, work on renovating this house will start towards the end of September and it should be ready by January 2022.
Parking in Plockton was also mentioned and members heard that Highland Council was carrying out a survey of the parking problem.
On the septic tank at Rhu, the community council is seeking an update from the owner of the house.
Campervans in Harbour Street was also raised and it was agreed that signs are required saying the road is unsuitable for campervans.
The next meeting of the community council will be on October 11.