Comment posted Oban Bay Marine presentation to Holyrood Cross Party Group by phill.
If my memory serves me right, councillors from accross the spectrum voted not to support the OBM proposal in the location or form presented. Contrary to Jamie McGrigor’s statement above, the majority of Oban people were by no stretch of the imagination behind the plan. i dont know what circles the Tory list MSP moves in to make that sweeping assumption. Perhaps a ‘referendum’ needed!!!!
If possible, (for a politician), could Neil Macintyre give his answer YES or No for pontoons between the piers.
The seemingly never ending Chord issues in general are one thing, but the particular issue of Obans central waterfront is another where the council have got right.
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