WI-FI IS ON ITS WAY TO BALLYBAY AND CLONES

23 February 2017 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Cianna McNally

Wi-Fi is on its way to Ballybay and Clones after members of Ballybay-Clones Municipal District approved funding of €20,000 for it this week.

A Wi-Fi point will be located on Ballybay’s Main Street centred in the library and will stretch as far as the pedestrian crossing while Clones will have three points – in the old library building on the Diamond, in Clones Branch Library and on Fermanagh Street.

This service, which is being delivered through the I.T section of Monaghan County Council, is operating in Carrickmacross and Monaghan Town already and there are plans to extend it to Castleblayney in the near future.

Speaking to councillors at the February meeting of the Municipal District, which took place on Monday, on behalf of Monaghan Co Council, John McArdle said that after registering for the service, people could avail of one hour’s free Wi-Fi each day. Content would be monitored and …
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