Anger as path repairs in Condorrat are left since Christmas
A PATH which is used by churchgoers and schoolchildren in Condorrat has been labelled dangerous by residents who have had to use it in a state of disrepair since Christmas.
Resurfacing work started on the path on Lomond Drive at the end of last year, and the walkway has been stripped to its ‘bare bones’ and left that way.
The path is used by schoolchildren as it leads up to St Helen’s Primary and Nursery while Our Lady’s and St Helen’s Church is also situated nearby.
Michelle MacKellaich, who lives in Etive Place, said: “North Lanarkshire Council have dug up the path and left all these uneven slabs and rubble.
“At night, you can’t even see where you are going or what you are stepping on. Someone will get hurt.”
The path has even been gritted when the temperatures have taken it dip, despite the uneven surface.
For full story, see this week’s Cumbernauld News or Kilsyth Chronicle dated Wednesday, January 30.
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