06 Oct 2022

Councillor appeals for funding to repair damaged road outside Kearney's in Fenagh

He also wants the whole of Fenagh made part of a restoration project

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Fenagh, Carlow

A councillor has appealed for funding from the local authority to repair a section of the public road that has subsided outside Kearney's pub in Fenagh. 

Cllr Arthur McDonald raised the matter at this month's meeting of Carlow County Council and he asked if there was "any funding to restore that road and to get Fenagh into a restoration project". 

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