Roads and paths need urgent repairs in Mullach Alainn – Davy Hyland

Declan McAteer Posted by
declan@newrytimes.com
Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
Community

Newry Councillor, Davy Hyland, has criticised the state of the road and footpaths in the Mullach Alainn area in Carnagat.

Davy explained “I was approached by several residents of this area who voiced concerns over the state of the road and footpaths. This housing development was completed over eight years ago and it’s totally unacceptable that the work has yet to be completed”.

Hyland continued, “I met with a number of residents who told me that their cars could be damaged when driving over the potholes and manholes, which are sticking up above the tarmac. There is also the possibility that someone could trip the high kerbstones which rise inches above the level of tarmac, this could result in someone being seriously injured. I immediately contacted the Roads Service regarding this issue and I pledge to do everything in my power to help get this resolved”.

“I viewed the state of the road and paths myself and was shocked at the state they are in. I will keep the residents updated on any progress that is made.


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