Members are now looking to extend the A830 campaign and obtain similar 20mph stickers for residents in Banavie and Camaghael.
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Inspector Campbell first took the top job at Fort William back in 2017 when she replaced Inspector Donald Campbell, a native of Barra, who retired that year.
Community council chairman John Hutchison said he ‘wouldn’t be holding his breath’ waiting to see action on the points raised by he and his fellow members but that the community council needed to keep pressing on these issues as hard as it could.
SEPA thanked the Lochaber Times for bringing the situation to its attention and said it would follow up any reports of fly-tipping with a site visit to Mount Alexander.
Kilmallie Community Council have been given the green light which will enable them to collect and issue 280 stickers to the community.
In a statement on the topic, Fort William Inverlochy and Torlundy Community Council said it would welcome improvements to the area’s current trunk road network.
Councillor Ben Thompson (Caol and Mallaig) told the meeting that the last time the Lochaber High associated schools group rolls were reported to councillors was three years ago or four years ago when they were at 90 percent capacity.
Mr Hutchison also explained that some projects have been difficult to take forward owing to the Covid pandemic, resulting in much of the community council activity having to take place online.
Kilmallie Community Council have asked BSW timber boss Oliver Stephen to give some thought to resetting their relationship with the community.