10 July 2024

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Councillor hits out as temporary flood measures deemed unnecessary in Clarinbridge

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Councillor hits out as temporary flood measures deemed unnecessary in Clarinbridge

A completed survey on potential flood defenses in Clarinbridge in the aftermath of Storm Debi isn’t expected for at least another year.

At a meeting this week, local councillor Martina Kinane wasn’t happy with a confirmation that short-term measures won’t be looked at in the meantime.

The Fianna Fail councillor was told that it was deemed highly unlikely that a repeat event would happen within the next year or so.

Councillor Kinane says she doesn’t accept that.

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