THE state of the car park attached to Nenagh Hospital and St John’s Church at Tyone has come in for criticism from a man who had to attend the hospital’s outpatient clinic.
The man, who does not wish to be named told the Tipperary Star that he recalled visiting the car park last summer and being so astonished at the deplorable condition of the overall surface that he decided to go public about it. The the Mayor of Nenagh, Seamus Morris, was interviewed on local radio and expressed his dissatisfaction with the situation and the protracted reluctance to rectify the neglected condition of the surface.
“Last week I happened to be passing back through Nenagh and decided to see if any improvements had been carried out in the past six months. However you will see from the photograph, which, incidentally, shows just a small section of the potholed surface which elderly patients, many with walking difficulties, have to negotiate to attend the particular clinic for which they have an appointment, that nothing has changed, in fact the surface has been allowed to deteriorate even further,” he said.
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