Councillor says residents have ‘genuine safety concerns’ over South Armagh roads

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Sinn Fein's Terry HeartySlieve Gullion Sinn Féin Councillor Terry Hearty has said that road users have genuine concerns about road conditions.
  He was commenting after meeting with residents from the Corliss and Alina roads in South Armagh. “This has been an ongoing issue for some time and local residents are extremely frustrated about the response from Roads Service,” he told Newry Times.
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Jan End 2017“There is a genuine concern being expressed about safety and the wellbeing of both pedestrians and motorists using these roads because of the bad condition.
  “After my most recent meeting with residents I have contacted senior Roads Officers in Newry and asked them to inspect the roads and report their views,” added the local Councillor.

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