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Town Council news - traffic calming ‘badly needed’ for Friar Street

Former Cashel Community school students who excelled in the 2013 Leaving Certificate examinations pictured at a function in the school before Christmas to acknowledge their achievement. Front L/R. Ami Crosse, Teresa Curtin, Mr. Eddie Morrissey, (Principal) Sinead Fitzgerald, Sinead Magner. Back L./R Andre McLeod, John Scully, (Year Head) Niall Anglim, Fr. Bernie Moloney, (Chaplain) Christopher Bowes.

Former Cashel Community school students who excelled in the 2013 Leaving Certificate examinations pictured at a function in the school before Christmas to acknowledge their achievement. Front L/R. Ami Crosse, Teresa Curtin, Mr. Eddie Morrissey, (Principal) Sinead Fitzgerald, Sinead Magner. Back L./R Andre McLeod, John Scully, (Year Head) Niall Anglim, Fr. Bernie Moloney, (Chaplain) Christopher Bowes.

Cllr Tom Wood asked South Tipp Co Co this Monday “what steps have been taken to ensure that Cashel Town Council staff are properly facilitated”.

Successful reforms depend on how well services continue to be delivered to consumers, he added. Cashel’s staff have “local knowledge” which should not be lost in the merger with Tipperary town.

Cllr Séan McCarthy drew attention to speeding on Friar Street at Cashel Town Council. “The speed of traffic going up and down there. It’s dangerous for people going to and from Church. There should be a footpath on Friar Street. It’s badly needed.” Cllr Martin Browne said the Boxing Club on the Cahir Road is in financial trouble with rent, and may need assistance to locate a new venue. “There’s no guarantee the banks won’t kick them out.” Cllr Browne also asked the Council to assist two local paramedics who are willing to give up their time to help train people to use defibrillators.

Full story in this week’s Tipperary Star.

 
 
 

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