Camlough residents seeking action

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Wednesday, January 28th, 2015
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Sinn Féin Councillor Roisin Mulgrew has stated that she shares the concerns of residents living at Cloughan Court in Camlough in relation to the length of time it has been taking to get the Housing Development adapted by Roads Service. The local Councillor explained, “Last year Cloughan Court residents were informed that the street lights and footpaths in their development would be adapted by Roads Service and that the necessary repairs and upgrades carried out. This has not yet happened leaving the area in continued darkness”. She added, “The Departments when contacted have confirmed that they have yet to complete the lists of works. It is vital that Cloughan Court residents get this work completed as soon as practically possible.”

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