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Old Kilpatrick Saltings and Auchnacraig

Clydebelt members were keen that the Old Kilpatrick saltings - which attracted 200,000 pounds of EC money - and Auchnacraig north of Faifley should be safely protected as wildlife areas, and not made like town parks. Members complained of too much clearance of vegetation, and too many wide tarmac paths.

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