Newry residents meet Minister to discuss Waste Management Facility concerns

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Monday, September 26th, 2016
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Ulster Unionist Party Representatives Danny Kennedy MLA and Councillor David Taylor have accompanied a delegation of residents from Carnbane Gardens to meet with DAERA Minister Michelle McIlveen to discuss concerns regarding a Waste Management Facility, located within Carnbane Industrial Estate, Newry. kennedy5In a statement Mr Kennedy and Councillor Taylor said, “A useful meeting has been held at Parliament Buildings, Stormont with DAERA Minister Michelle McIlveen and senior officials within her Department regarding ongoing concerns about the local Waste Management facility. “The meeting was facilitated with the DAERA Minister in response to continuing representations we have received from residents of Carnbane Gardens in respect of the facility which is located in close proximity to their properties. “The delegation of residents present at the meeting took the opportunity to outline their very genuine concerns with the Minister pertaining to the facility with particular focus given to the impact it is having on the quality of life enjoyed by householders within Carnbane Gardens.
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September 2016They added, “The Minister has agreed to reflect upon the issues discussed at the meeting and an invitation has been extended to her to visit Carnbane Gardens to engage further with residents on this important matter.”

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