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Last Updated: Tuesday, 9 October 2007, 10:57 GMT 11:57 UK
Pennan's cliff plans get backing
Pennan clean-up operation [Pic: Fiona Walker]
The landslide forced Pennan residents from their homes
Residents in Pennan - which was hit by a major landslide in August - have backed proposals to shore up the village's cliff face.

Locals met with Aberdeenshire Council officials for an update on work to repair the damage.

Three homes remain unoccupied while work continues.

It was also agreed at Monday night's meeting that the community would be consulted over any future plans involving the damaged village hall.



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