Cllr. Bobby O’Connell dropped in two sheets of paper containing confirmations from area engineer Brendan Mulhern that two local stretches of by-roads would be resurfaced in the immediate future.
Black Road Surface
“Further to your representations the L-2036 Black Road from Tonbwee to Tullig will be surface dressed in the coming weeks.
Note two brought similar good news for another set of residents and road users:
Caheragh Cross to Clashganniv
“Further to your representations the L-2025 Powell’s Road from Caheragh Cross to Clashganniv will be surface dressed in the coming weeks.
Cllr. O’Connell is a busy man this week as he fills the role of general secretary of LAMA the Local Authority Members’ Association.
LAMA Gathering in Castleisland
The association is holding its autumn gathering in Castleisland this weekend and will centre its activities in the River Island Hotel.
Up to 350 delegates, representing all the local authorities across Ireland, are expected to attend the Thursday night to Saturday afternoon long event.
Minister Brendan Griffin
Invited speakers will include: Brendan Griffin, T.D., Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Toursim Sport with special responsibility for Tourism and Sport; Moira Murrell CEO Kerry County Council; Joan McCarthy Head of Tourism Kerry County Council and John Griffin, Tourism Officer Fáilte Ireland.
The line up of topics will include: Tourisim; Economic Development; Implication of aggregation of mileage expenses and gratuity and GDPR and its consequences; the role of county councillors; Social Media – Its benefits.
Cordal Goats’ Cheese
Lunch at the conference will include local produce – where possible and Cllr. O’Connell’s hand can be seen on the menu as he brought young entrepreneur, Shane O’Leary into the picture and his Cordal Goats’ Cheese will be on the bill of fare.
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