Enniscrone councillor to raise ‘development’ in car park of local hotel.
Sligo News File Online.
Sligo County Council officials are to be questioned about the planning status of a car park at an Enniscrone hotel during a meeting
of the Ballymote Municipal District body in Tubbercurry tomorrow. According to the agenda, former Fianna Fail – now independent – councillor Joe Queenan wants to know if the council’s planning enforcement section is “satisfied that development in the car-park of the Diamond Coast complies with all Planning Regulations.”
Other issues on the agenda include a notice from Fianna Fail Tubbercurry councillor Jerry Lundy calling on EIR to remove “dangerous Eircom poles from along roadsides and housefronts in County Sligo.”
Cllr. Margaret Gormley, Independent, wants to know the up-to-date position on the replacement of a cast iron pipe in Keash where boil
water notices were served 23 households last May. She is also proposing to request a suspension of standing orders to enable the Achonry Action Committe to make a presentation regarding the planned transfer of the Aurivo co-operative company butter packing facility from Achonry to Mitchelstown in Cork.
Cllr. Paul Taylor, Fianna Fail is to raise health and safety issues surrounding blocked road drains at Tawnymulagh.
Cllr. Dara Mulvey, Fine Gael, wants the council to deal with a problem of surface water on a road at Rockfield where, as a result, residents are experiencing difficulty accessing their homes.
The meeting is in Teach Laighne, commencing at 11 am.