‘Mur­der’ pre­dicted at Dun­cairn Ter­race

Bray People - - Council Report -

‘THERE’LL BE mur­der,’ said Cllr. Anne Egan as the process to take Dun­cairn Ter­race in charge was be­gun by coun­cil­lors at last Tues­day’s meet­ing of Bray Town Coun­cil. ‘The res­i­dents aren’t go­ing to like it one lit­tle bit.’

The pri­vate road has been the source of much con­tro­versy re­cently, af­ter res­i­dents em­ployed a com­pany to clamp cars parked there. ‘Every­one knows how I feel about clamp­ing,’ said Cllr. Brid Collins. ‘Let’s keep clamp­ing out. Well done to the of­fi­cials.’

Cllr. Pat Vance also wel­comed the re­sponse of the of­fi­cials to the is­sue, while Cllr. John Brady said that clamp­ing had run ‘out of con­trol’ when a num­ber of vis­it­ing foot­ball fans had their cars clamped as they left a re­cent Bray Wan­der­ers match.

Cllr. Caro­line Bur­rell said that some abu­sive lan­guage had been di­rected at driv­ers leav­ing their cars in the area. The mat­ter will be put for­mally be­fore the mem­bers af­ter the mat­ter goes out for pub­lic con­sul­ta­tion.

Cllr Anne Egan.

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