Killincar­rig foot­paths have been re­done twice

Bray People - - Council Report -

FOOT­PATHS in Killincar­rig vil­lage have been re­done twice ac­cord­ing to Cllr. Chris Maloney and he wants to know who is pay­ing it.

Speak­ing at last Tues­day’s meet­ing of Grey­stones Town Coun­cil Cllr. Maloney won­dered ‘ who is at fault for get­ting the lev­els of the foot­paths wrong in Killincar­rig vil­lage’ be­fore won­der­ing what is the cost of re­plac­ing them and who is foot­ing the bill?

He went on to say that the wheel­chair ac­ces­si­ble points on the paths were wrong. En­gi­neer Eoin Bres­lin said he had spo­ken to the tech­ni­cian about the lev­els and said it was not the road lev­els that had changed but the road. He said that the coun­cil had to put a base un­der the road.

How­ever Cllr. Maloney was adamant that the paths had been taken up and re-laid. Mr. Bres­lin said he would make fur­ther in­quiries and said the coun­cil had ‘made some tweak­ing to the de­sign at par­tic­u­lar points’.

Cllr. Ge­orge Jones said that many of the busi­ness premises in Killincar­rig has been dis ac­com­mo­dated by the works of which they were not no­ti­fied un­til the work had started.

He asked for a full re­port of the road works at the next meet­ing of the coun­cil.

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