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Final meeting of Nenagh council term

Sunday, 26th May, 2019 8:00am
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Final meeting of Nenagh council term
Final meeting of Nenagh council term

Cathaoirleach of Nenagh Municipal District Cllr Mattie Ryan (FF) reflected of five years of achievement at the final meeting of 2014-2019 term last week.

Cllr Ryan said the councillors and executive had continued to work together for the betterment of the whole district. They had provided great support to many local committees, clubs and organisations over those years.

The chairman was particularly pleased with the projects that came to fruition during his tenure over the last 12 months, among them the floating jetty in Ballina, Castle Garden in Nenagh, and Garden of Remembrance in Cloughjordan. Cllr Ryan also mentioned the ongoing progress with roads projects around the district, including Knockalton, Nenagh, and Borrisokane's main street, as well as progress with Newport Town Park and the new Shannon Crossing. “They'll be part of our legacy,” he said.

Director Marcus O'Connor concurred with the chairman's sentiments and said a lot has been achieved over the last five years in the district.

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