What’s In This Week’s Oban Times 29th June 2022

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Hosts signed up to welcome Ukrainian refugees into their rural homes are getting frustrated waiting for home checks by Argyll and Bute Council. We’ve been hearing that private water supplies could be a no-go and stop some homes on our islands or remotest communities being approved as suitable.
A fish farm extension near Ganavan has been approved despite objections, campaigners against more pylons being built near Dalmally are on countdown and have until late August to make their views known to the Scottish Government and Argyll Community Housing Association chief executive Alastair MacGregor retires holds on to hope that Argyll and Bute will focus on creating more hopes for the area’s young people to help them get a first foot on the property ladder.
Photo specials this week include Oban Sea Shanty Festival and Oban Airport’s Open day. We also have the usual sports-round up for you.

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