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(From Aberdeen Press & Journal (UK))
Residents in Aberdeenshire will today voice their views on how anti-social behaviour affects their lives.
Scottish Deputy Communities Minister Mary Mulligan will be in Inverurie and Turriff to speak to councillors, police, tenants and young people to find out how they think the problem can be tackled.
Her visit coincides with the Scottish Executive's consultation on the proposed anti-social behaviour strategy, Putting Our Communities First, which concludes on Thursday.
Inverurie community council secretary Stuart Ritchie said anti-social behaviour, such as vandalism in the town, was limited. But he felt …