‘Narrow Water Bridge a priority for County Louth and County Down’ – Adams

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Friday, July 6th, 2012
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Sinn Féin Louth TD Gerry Adams this morning met the Louth County Manager Conn Murray. The meeting discussed a range of matters relating to the constituency including Narrow Water Bridge, Housing and the growing housing waiting lists, grant assistance to elderly and disabled, issues affecting the Traveling community, waste management, the Ardee by-pass, cross border developments and the Memorandum of Understanding with Newry and Mourne Council. Speaking to Newry Times, Teachta Adams said: “The successful construction of Narrow water bridge would add significantly to the tourism and economic development potential of the north Louth – South down area. The construction of the bridge has minimal financial implications for the Executive in the north and the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport as almost all of the money needed can be accessed through EU funding.” He added, “The Narrow water bridge project is a priority for county Louth and County Down and is crucial to the development of this region. Sinn Fein will continue to work for its construction”. More on this story: Adams backs Narrow Water Bridge Project Ruane attends An Bord Pleanála on Narrow Water Bridge  ‘Narrow Water Bridge must be priority for SEUPB’ – Ruane Narrow Water Bridge Appeal successful ‘Narrow Water back on agenda’ – McKevitt Loughran welcomes Narrow Water Bridge decision Ritchie welcomes successful Narrow Water Bridge appeal
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