Work continues on Ballitore Chimney problems

 Cllr Mark Wall has welcomed the news that Kildare County Council has fitted 40 new fire fronts to their houses in the Millview estate in Ballitore, following the recent problems with chimney fires and ventilation.  Speaking following a reply to his motion at the Athy area meeting of Kildare County Council, Cllr Wall thanked the Council for their work on the project and welcomed the … Continue reading Work continues on Ballitore Chimney problems

Positive News on Older Person Grants- Kildare County Council

Cllr Mark Wall has welcomed the news that Department of the Environment has confirmed an allocation of €3.56 million for the Older Person Grants and the Housing Adaption grant for persons with a Disability to Kildare County Council. Speaking following a reply to his motion to the Athy area committee of Kildare County Council, Cllr Wall stated that the allocation of €3.56 million included €712,000 … Continue reading Positive News on Older Person Grants- Kildare County Council

Replies to Motions from Cllrs Wall and Mahon, Athy Area Committee

Kildare County Council Draft Minutes of the Athy Area Committee Meeting Held on Monday 21 February 2011 at 10.00 a.m. At Municipal Offices, Athy.   Dowdenstown Lower, Ballymore Eustace Councillor Wall requested that interim repairs be carried out at this location. Liffey Heights, Ballymore Eustace Councillor Wall requested that the area office investigate the matter of an open manhole cover in this area, after Eircom … Continue reading Replies to Motions from Cllrs Wall and Mahon, Athy Area Committee

Clean up required at St johns Lane Athy

Cllr Mark Wall has welcomed the commitment from Athy Town Council Manager that he wants to work with the local Residents in finding a permanent solution to the illegal rubbish and anti social behaviour in the area . Speaking following his motion to the Council , Cllr Wall welcomed the response from the Manager on the urgent need to address the situation . “The Residents … Continue reading Clean up required at St johns Lane Athy