Deputy Danny and Cllr. Maura Glad to Announce Road Upgrade Grants

Cllr. Maura Healy Rae and her father, Deputy Danny Healy Rae – glad to announce local roads upgrade grants. ©Photographs: John Reidy

Danny Healy Rae, TD and his daughter Cllr. Maura Healy Rae said this morning that they are glad to announce that funding for the repair and upgrade of the following roads has been made available by Kerry County Council.

Residents of in the Cordal, College Road, Castleisland, Ballydesmond, Dromulton, Currow and Tooreencahill areas will also be glad of the news.
The works are scheduled to be carried out in 2019.
€103,950 to resurface 315 meters of the L2029 College Road, Castleisland.
€168,800 750 metres of the R-577 Knocknaboul to Ballydesmond Road.
€47,500  500 metres of the L-3007  Dromulton to Ballybeg Road.
€85, 500 for 1000 metres of the L-3013  Knocknageeha to Tooreencahill Road.
€171,000 for 2000metres of the L-2032 Cordal to Cordal East Road.

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