A public meeting is to take place in Dunbar early next month to discuss plans to shape the future of the High Street.
The debate will be jointly hosted by East Lothian Council and Dunbar Trades’ Association.
Councillor Michael Veitch, depute leader of East Lothian Council, said: “Dunbar’s historic High Street is undoubtedly one of its greatest assets yet regrettably it has not always received the level of care and attention it deserves.”
The member for Dunbar and East Linton continued: “Many local people will have a keen interest in the future of the High Street and I am therefore delighted, as a forum, to discuss issues of concern.”
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