Author Archives: Mark Wall

About Mark Wall

Member of Kildare County Council Contact 0833341488

April update on Athy road

The ADR scheme is proceeding according to the project programme. Funding from the DTTaS for 2018 has been secured. Soil Sampling and Archaeology Surveying will be commencing the first week in May. Its estimated that this will take approximately two … Continue reading

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Latest on Kildare Local Link Transport

Kildare Local Transport Link, Level 7, Aras Chill Dara, Naas, Co Kildare Email: kildaresd@locallink.ie  Tel: 045 980533.  CRO No: 544041 CHY No. 21451. Service Disruptions – Kildare South Dublin – 05.03.2018 Updated 1400– 04.03.2018 Operator O’Neills Coaches Origin & Destination … Continue reading

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Latest from Kildare County Council

Update at 5pm on Wednesday 28 Feb RED Level Warning By CORPORATE SERVICES | Published: 28/02/2018 Press Statement – Further update 5pm on Wednesday 28 Feb- Severe Weather Alert Kildare County Council’s Crises Management Team incorporating the Severe Weather Assessment … Continue reading

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Latest on the weather

Update on previous Advisory. Exceptionally cold weather is forecast for next week with significant wind chill and severe frosts. Disruptive snow showers are expected from Tuesday onwards, particularly in the east and southeast. Valid from 12:00 hours Sat, 24-Feb-2018 Valid … Continue reading

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February update on Athy road

Special meeting Re Athy Distributor Road : 1. Advance contracts August 2018 – Feb 2019 2. Soil sampling Asbestos – March 2018 3. Archeology – July 2018 onwards 4. Land acquisition – March2018 onwards 5. Pre tenders evaluated Q1 2019 … Continue reading

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Ready to go in Newbridge !

Cmon Kildare !!

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Dog fouling to be tackled in Athy

Further to continued representations from Residents and pedestrians in the town , I am pleased to note that Kildare County Council will install their new audible warning systems in the town . I expect the scheme to be in place … Continue reading

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