12 May 2024

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Councillor says investment in Tuam water supply little comfort to those affected by long term boil notice

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Councillor says investment in Tuam water supply little comfort to those affected by long term boil notice

Tuam area Councillor Donagh Killilea says a 5 million euro investment in the Tuam Water supply is of little comfort to people currently affected by a long term boil notice.

He has made the comment as Irish Water confirmed that work is now underway on the upgrade of the Luimnagh Water Treatment Plant which serves Tuam.

He’s calling on Irish Water to supply fresh drinking water to affected users as soon as possible, even if it needs to be tankered in.

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