‘Murder’ predicted at Duncairn Terrace
‘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.