3 January 2024

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Ongoing frustration over lack of hedgecutting along the N59

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Ongoing frustration over lack of hedgecutting along the N59

There’s ongoing frustration over the lack of hedgecutting being carried out along the N59.

A meeting of Connemara councillors at County Hall has heard the matter is being passed around like a football.

Councillor Gerry King said despite it being a national road, Transport Infrastructure Ireland seems to be trying to avoid responsibility.

He’s been speaking to David Nevin.

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