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Thurles councillor David Doran happy with JPC meeting

Thurles Town Councillor David Doran expressed his satisfaction that a meeting of the Thurles Joint Policing Committee has been held and a number of important issues raised.

There will be all the usual features including refreshments, readings, prayers and carols on the mountainside, followed by tea and sandwiches in the community centre. Registration will be in the community centre prior to the walk, fee €5. Further info at www.upperchurch.ie or phone 086 0518934.

Doran Happy with JPC

Thurles Town Councillor David Doran expressed his satisfaction that a meeting of the Thurles Joint Policing Committee has been held and a number of important issues raised.

CCTV, recently installed in the town, is paying dividends already, he said, and he also called for attention to be given to the Post Office lane in Liberty Square and an area outside of Thurles which has been targetted in recent times by vandals and criminals.

Meanwhile Cllr Doran has welcomed the news that a speed indicator sign, similar to the one recently installed at Bohernamona Road, will be installed at Loughtagalla close to St Patrick’s Cemetery. One will be installed in Ard na Croise at a later date and Cllr Doran said that he was happy to see the Loughtagalla issue being resolved as it was ongoing for some time.

 
 
 

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