Comment posted Overnight closures for Connel Bridge for repairs to damage caused by high truck by linnhe.
there are warning signs linked to a lazer beam – to the south and the north.
Recent comments by linnhe
- White smoke rises from Councillor Duncan MacIntyre’s chimney as two-man College of Cardinals settle a deal
It is not only females and it is not only fellow councillors.
Argyll needs someone who wants success for our economy and population, with vision, business sense, compassion and leadership.
All missing in the proposed council leader if this story is true.
- Invitation only meeting for Argyll and Bute for – not much Change
Iain Angus in bed with Duncan McIntyre!
The earth is made of green cheese.
He is letting down every voter who put him in expressly to keep Cllr McIntyre (and the other one) out of administration.
- Campbell Cameron: The Lorn Vintage Ploughing Match
Not in All Argyll.. plenty of the younguns interested but we have a lot of work to do to make the job work better… feeding ourselves would be a good idea.
- Forth gone, Clyde on way out but Coastguard closures not meant to happen until 2015
Norway coastguard have very different powers over people and vessels. It is a part of the military, with many responsibilities, not just a search and rescue service.
They have used state of the art technology and communications for decades.
They have their own vessels.
- MCA pinning Coastguard Station closures on ‘banking’ local knowledge
The MCA threw away “local knowledge” when they closed Oban station.. all the promised liaison and local visits every year never happened.
Clyde officers were never interested in coming to Oban, in learning Argyll’s coast, they did not participate in the pre-closure training. A couple of Oban SAR officers went there, but that was barely enough to explain a few crucial names.
The Chief Coastguard then later admitted his mistake in closing Oban, but actually few serious incidents have actually happened as a result.
Anyone who listens in to radio traffic can only cringe at the discourse.. but as long as folks are saved, there really is little arguement.
Belfast has always been well involved in the Argyll maritime community, probably a lot more than Clyde ever was before.
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