Curran calls for maintenance of Carlingford Park steps

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Tuesday, November 20th, 2012
Sinn Féin councillor Brendan Curran has called for the regular maintenance of the Carlingford Park steps on the Old Warrenpoint Road. Speaking to Newry Times, Councillor Curran stated, “There needs to be a regular upkeep of the steps leading on to Carlingford Park, especially at autumn time when the leaves are falling from the trees and the steps can often become very hard to distinguish between. “During the winter, frost makes the surface very slippery and dangerous to people accessing them. He added, “This is very problematic and I am calling on the council to clear the steps on a regular basis to prevent those who are vulnerable especially the elderly or children suffering a bad fall.”         In the photo caption: Sinn Féin councillor Brendan Curran on the steps he is calling to be cleared from leaves on a regular basis.
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