19 March 2024

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Call for urgent safety improvements to “treacherous” city footpaths

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Call for urgent safety improvements to “treacherous” city footpaths

There’s a call for urgent safety improvements to “treacherous” footpaths across the city.

Councillor Niall McNelis is also raising concerns about accessibility.

He’s highlighting two examples – the Oaklands in Salthill path, and the Highfield Estate paths.

He’s calling for the city council to audit all footpaths across the city – and create a timeline to fix them.

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