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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has called on Louth County Council to carry out works at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road as a matter of urgency to prevent the sort of

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    Planned works to prevent a repeat of last year’s flooding at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road will not now be completed until next year. Last month local Fine Gael TD

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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has revealed that work has already begun on the dredging of the culvert at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road. Sinn Féin TD Gerry Adams issued a

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    Local councillor Maria Doyle is confident that the traffic problems which occurred on the Carrick Road yesterday morning will not be repeated today. Motorists travelling into Dundalk suffered lengthy delays

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    Traffic calming measures are set to be installed at St Fursey’s National School in Haggardstown as part of the €5 million funding announced for the improvement of Louth’s roads earlier

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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has called on Louth County Council to speed up the process of taking in charge of estates. Speaking at last night’s meeting of the Dundalk Municipal

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    A public meeting will be held in Blackrock on Tuesday to discuss the need for better footpaths in the village. The meeting is being hosted in the Blackrock Haggardstown Community

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    An online petition has been set up calling on Louth County Council to provide much needed footpath infrastructure in Blackrock. The petition, which so far has just over 100 signatories,

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    The developers who built the Ath Leathan apartments on the Racecourse Road have made contact with Louth County Council insisting they would help out to allay fire safety concerns at the development’s apartment blocks. It emerged at the weekend that residents of Block A in Ath Leathan could face eviction unless fire safety works were...Read More→

    The post Ath Leathan developers vow to assist in allaying fire safety concerns at apartments appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    The developers of the Ath Leathan apartments on the Racecourse Road told residents at a meeting in the Ballymascanlon House Hotel last night that they were putting a comprehensive plan to fix all fire safety concerns in relation to the development’s apartment blocks. It emerged last month that residents of Block A in Ath Leathan...Read More→

    The post Ath Leathan developer vows to put right any fears over fire safety at apartment blocks appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Louth County Council today opened the Thomas Clarke Remembrance Garden in the Fairgreen in Dundalk. The garden, opened in honour of the 1916 Rising leader who Dundalk Railway Station was named after in 1966, was officially opened by Cllr Maria Doyle, chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee. Cllr Doyle unveiled memorial signage detailing Clarke’s...Read More→

    The post Thomas Clarke Remembrance Garden opened in Dundalk appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Green Party councillor Mark Dearey was yesterday evening elected unopposed as the new chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee. Despite being first elected to serve on the now defunct Dundalk Town Council in 2004, this is the first time that The Spirit Store publican has chaired the local authority. His Green Party colleague and...Read More→

    The post Cllr Mark Dearey elected new chairperson of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Local councillor Maria Doyle will put forward a proposal at tonight’s meeting of the Dundalk Municipal District Committee to stop awarding council contracts to UK-based firms in the wake of the recent Brexit referendum. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union and the possible impact it has on the Dundalk area is expected to be...Read More→

    The post Cllr Doyle urges council to stop awarding contracts to UK-based firms in wake of Brexit appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Members of Louth County Council yesterday unanimously supported a motion calling for an all-island initiative to protect all 32 counties in Ireland from the Brexit and its results. The motion from Sinn Féin councillor Tomás Sharkey asked that the local authority support the call for constructive engagement to ensure that the recent Brexit result in...Read More→

    The post Louth County Councillors vote to protect Irish business in wake of Brexit result appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has called on Louth County Council to carry out works at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road as a matter of urgency to prevent the sort of flooding that occurred there last winter. Homes at Mounthamilton have been flooded on three separate occasions since 2009 with Fine Gael representative Doyle, who grew...Read More→

    The post Doyle calls on council to carry out works to prevent further flooding on Ardee Road appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Planned works to prevent a repeat of last year’s flooding at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road will not now be completed until next year. Last month local Fine Gael TD Cllr Maria Doyle called out Louth County Council to carry out the works as a matter of urgency before winter set in. These works involve...Read More→

    The post Works to prevent Ardee Road flooding will not be complete until mid 2017 appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has revealed that work has already begun on the dredging of the culvert at Mounthamilton on the Ardee Road. Sinn Féin TD Gerry Adams issued a statement to local media yesterday stating that the works were due to take place next week to prevent future flooding of the estate. The area...Read More→

    The post Dredging work on Ardee Road has already begun, insists Cllr Doyle appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Local councillor Maria Doyle is confident that the traffic problems which occurred on the Carrick Road yesterday morning will not be repeated today. Motorists travelling into Dundalk suffered lengthy delays as as a result of roadworks being carried out opposite the Louth Civil Defence centre, close to Clarke Railway Station and Dundalk Gaol. Talk of...Read More→

    The post Cllr Doyle hopeful Carrick Road traffic problems will not reoccur appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Traffic calming measures are set to be installed at St Fursey’s National School in Haggardstown as part of the €5 million funding announced for the improvement of Louth’s roads earlier this week. Under the funding, a figure of €55,000 was allocated for upgrading the the L-3161-19 between Blackrock and the M1 motorway. Now local Fine...Read More→

    The post Traffic calming measures planned outside Haggardstown school appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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    Local councillor Maria Doyle has called on Louth County Council to speed up the process of taking in charge of estates. Speaking at last night’s meeting of the Dundalk Municipal District, Cllr Doyle urged council officials to move quickly in relation to the taking in charge of estates throughout the Dundalk area. According to a...Read More→

    The post Doyle encourages council to speed up process of taking in charge of estates appeared first on Talk of the Town.


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