CO COUNCIL ANXIOUS TO MAINTAIN MOMENTUM OF ULSTER CANAL PROJECT

13 December 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Peter Hughes

The members of Monaghan Co Council agreed at their December meeting to make contact with Waterways Ireland to ensure momentum was maintained in the delivery of the ulster Canal project. Sinn Féin councillor Pat Treanor said the Council had not heard from Waterways Ireland in relation to the project for a while. He proposed that they be invited to make a presentation to a future Council meeting on how the project was developing and if there was any more assistance the local authority could give them to move the project on.

The proposal was seconded by Co Council Cathaoirleach Seamus Coyle (Fianna Fáil) and agreed. At the November meeting the Council, correspondence was circulated from the Private Secretary of Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Simon Coveney TD which thanked the local authority for a resolution it passed concerning the provision of funding to…

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