2 April 2024

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Councillor “blue in the face” trying to secure new automated toilets for Ballyloughane

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Councillor “blue in the face” trying to secure new automated toilets for Ballyloughane

A city councillor says she’s “blue in the face” trying to secure new state-of-the-art automated toilets for Ballyloughane in Renmore.

Councillor Terry O Flaherty told a meeting at City Hall that the current ones aren’t up to scratch and haven’t been for a long time.

While funding has been ring-fenced for new automated toilets, she wanted a cast-iron guarantee construction would start this year.

Councillor O’ Flaherty says Ballyloughane is now a hugely popular amenity and facilities need to reflect that.

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