Demand for 11th-hour change to flood works
A FRESH row has broken out over the controversial River Ness flood alleviation works as contractors prepare to start work in earnest.
Business chiefs have called for Highland Council to make 11th-hour alterations to the £8.5million first phase of the project – and have won backing from Independent councillor Donnie Kerr.
Traders in Huntly Street insist they have been kept in the dark over plans which will remove 63 parking spaces and quizzed council officials during a stormy meeting.
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