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Rattray residents slam Perth and Kinross Council over 'neglect' of overgrown grass and weeds

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Rattray residents have hit out at Perth and Kinross Council over what they say is the neglect of several areas in the town.

Concerns have been raised about long grass being left to grow on the Common, the amount of weeds growing through paving slabs and paths in and around people’s homes, and broken steps and slabs – which residents say are an accident waiting to happen.

A number of residents attended the most recent meeting of Blairgowrie and Rattray Community Council (BRCC), held on July 14, to raise the issues and have also contacted the local authority.

Rattray resident Jacqui Duncan said last week: “I have contacted PKC through social media about the state of Rattray. It’s an absolute disgrace. “One of the ladies who stays in one of the cottages can’t get out of her door on the Common as the grass leading up to the houses hasn’t been cut.“People are mowing the grass themselves just to get out of their houses.“Children and dogs are coming home with ticks, which can result in Lyme Disease.

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