Replies to Questions re Athy, Kilberry, Shared Ownerships, Rents, Council Housing, Pylons,

Councillor Wall Can the council bring the lane at the rear of the housing estate at Kilberry, Athy up to a proper standard as previously discussed? Report: This roadway has been included in the Restoration Improvement Grants for 2014.​ Councillor Wall Can the council consider the placement of a yellow traffic box at the entrance to the Rathstewart Crescent estate in Athy on the R147? … Continue reading Replies to Questions re Athy, Kilberry, Shared Ownerships, Rents, Council Housing, Pylons,

Replies to questions for Athy , Nurney , Castledermot, Kilcullen

Roads, Transportation and Public Safety Footpath – Castle Villa Soccer Club A preliminary design has been prepared by roads design. The progression of this project is dependent on funding being made available by the NTA in 2014. Road Surface – Carlow Road, Athy The resurfacing of the Carlow road has been included in the Restoration Improvement grants for 2014. It will be kept in a … Continue reading Replies to questions for Athy , Nurney , Castledermot, Kilcullen

Replies to Athy Area meeting of KCC

​Question 6. Councillor Wall Can the council confirm what plans they have to improve the surface of Woodstock Street to the Stradballly Road, Athy? Report: The Stradbally road, Athy needs to be resurfaced. After the last few winters the road has been showing signs of distress. It will be patched in the near future to keep it in a serviceable condition. This resurfacing work can … Continue reading Replies to Athy Area meeting of KCC

Updates from Athy Area June 2013

Re-letting Vacant Houses – Athy Area The committee considered the following motion in the name of Councillor Wall: That the council confirm the progress on re-letting vacant houses in the Athy area as previously discussed either through caretaker agreements or in co-operation with voluntary housing associations. The administrator read a report from the housing department, dated 13 June 2013, stating that the council was working … Continue reading Updates from Athy Area June 2013