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Monaghan councillors call for 'formal investigation' into resident's inability connect to public sewers

Feb 24, 2022 17:02 By News Northern Sound
Monaghan councillors call for 'formal investigation' into resident's inability connect to public sewers Monaghan councillors call for 'formal investigation' into resident's inability connect to public sewers
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David Maxwell told the meeting that he got a costing of €5 million for these works.

Monaghan councillors have called on the council to undertake a "formal investigation" into the resident's inability to connect to public sewers.

In a joint motion at a recent Monaghan MD meeting, councillors Raymond Aughey, Seamus Treanor, David Maxwell, and Paudge Connolly called for residents on the Clones and Ballinode Roads to have access to these services.

David Maxwell told the meeting that he got a costing of €5 million for these works, and added that a "succinct plan" would allow the MD to lobby for funding.

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Elsewhere, Seamus Treanor says residents on these roads have been fighting this issue for over seven decades.

Paudge Connolly told the meeting that "it's unspeakable that these residents don't have access to the public sewer system".

Speaking to Northern Sound, Councillor Connolly explained more about the motion:

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