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Greystones Harbour houses to start this year

Posted by | Greystones, Local Work, Press Release | 792 Comments

Sispar the harbour builder, has announced that they are to start building the housing this year due to growing demand. ‘I am pleased as the best way to get the site cleared up and finished is to get the housing built as planned’ Sispar has already committed for summer 2014 to open the North Pier, a large grassed area with picnic tables and seats and they hope to arrange direct access to the South Pier from the anchor area.

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Mitchell welcomes footpath projects starting in Greystones Area

Posted by | Kilcoole, Local Work, Press Release | 2,195 Comments

The roundabout in Kilcoole is to be replaced by traffic lights to improve safety and €150k has been allocated to do it this year. A plan has been drawn up for a footpath down to the sea but this will have to wait for extra funding and discussions with landowners. ‘I am pleased that this is finally getting closer as a path to the station and sea is badly needed’.   At Killincarrig funding of €100k has been received to provide 4 pedestrian crossings at the roundabouts this year. A…

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Cllr Mitchell welcomes Ireland’s ranking as the world’s premier business location

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“Today’s endorsement from Forbes, one of the world’s leading business publications, along with  Ireland’s exiting of the bailout in ten days time will send a very positive message to the world that Ireland is THE place to base your business,” Councillor Mitchell stated. “An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, has stayed true to his commitment to make Ireland the best small country in the world in which to do business. Many of the decisions have been tough but it is working. “The real impact of Ireland’s excellent business reputation is the…

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Mitchell pleased an extra ambulance and 6 staff are to be based in Newcastle Hospital

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Accident and Emergency facilities are being transferred from Loughlinstown Hospital to St.Vincent’s Hospital. Many types of emergency now bypass the hospital and the A & E facilities will close on 27thNovember. This is being done because much better diagnostic facilities and staff to interpret them are being provided at the larger hospital. My concern is there should be an improved ambulance service to Wicklow because of the extra distance and to ensure that St Vincent’s can cope with the extra patients. As a member of the HSE Regional Health Forum…

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