Cordal Community Council Calls Public Meeting For Tonight

I went into my files this morning for a photograph which personified the spirit of Cordal. I had a fair old choice but this is as Cordal as it gets in terms of strength of community. It’s from 2001 and of Fr. Willie Stack receiving presentations from representatives of the people of the parish at Cordal Community Centre on a Friday evening. Included are, from left: Mike Flynn, Tom Wrenn, Charlie Farrelly, Fr, Stack and Marcus Walsh. Any who feels like adding names can do so in the comment boxes on the Facebook page.    ©Photograph: John Reidy 06/07/2001.

Cordal Community Council will hold a public meeting on this Friday evening, March 15th at 7:30pm.

The organisers hope that the meeting, which will be held at the local community centre, will be attended by elected members of Kerry County Council.

I’m sure they won’t turn away aspiring politicians either as it’s the future they’re aiming to secure for their community.

Funding for Local Projects

“We hope to have councillors present to see if they can help us to obtain funding for projects that the community would like to bring to fruition,” said the council spokesperson, Noreen O’Donoghue.

Community Improvements

“Therefore, we are hoping for a large attendance so people can voice their opinions. We’re also hoping that people will spread the word and come and joins us in trying to improve our community,” said Ms. O’Donoghue.

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