25 Sept 2022

Tipperary County Council has no plans for footpath outside school

Ballinahinch NS will get yellow lines

Tipperary County Council has no plans for footpath outside school

Cllr Phyll Bugler: looked for footpath outside Ballinahinch National School

Tipperary County Council has no plans to install a footpath outside Ballinahinch National School, Cllr Phyll Bugler was told at Nenagh MDC’s October meeting.

Cllr Bugler had called on the council in a motion to install the path and to relieve flooding in the area.

However, she was told by district administrator Rosemary Joyce that it would cost €45,000 to build a two-metre wide footpath and there was no funding for the works.

However, the council will provide yellow lines on the road to indicate a pedestrian area outside the school.

The council will resurface the area to eliminate flooding.

“Do we need a two-metre wide footpath?” asked Cllr Bugler.

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