30 March 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Cianna McNally

“This fine new station is a credit to all involved in its development and completion,” stated Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan as he officiated at the opening of Monaghan’s new €3.5 million fire station, on the outskirts of the town on Friday last, 23rd March. 
The opening of the fire station was just one of the duties performed by the Minister who was on a whistle-stop tour of the county.
Minister Hogan began his visit by officially opening Deputy Sean Conlan’s offices on O’Neill Street, Carrickmacross and Main Street, Ballybay.
From Ballybay he travelled to Middletown, Co Armagh to visit a locally designed and constructed zero carbon home with Northern Ireland Environment Minister Alex Attwood.
Next stop on Minister Hogan’s agenda was Monaghan education campus and from there he went on to open the fire station.
After this the Minister met with three members of Monaghan Town Council to discuss the proposed enterprise centre for the town.
Minister Hogan’s visit …

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