Public urged to have their say regarding proposed Tallow pedestrian crossing – McGuinness

Sinn Féin Councillor Conor D. McGuinness has welcomed progress on a proposed new pedestrian crossing adjacent to the Health Centre and Library in Tallow. The West Waterford representative encourage the public to voice their opinion on the proposed works during the public consultation period.

McGuinness said:

“The proposed pedestrian crossing will provide a direct and safe connection to the Health Centre and the Library for those coming from the eastern side of Convent Road. The plans include traffic lights at the crossing as an additional safety measure.

“Public consultations allow for anyone concerned to express and opinion for or against, or to make suggestions for changes or additions to the proposed plan.

“The consultation period runs until September. Details of the proposal as well as how to make a submission can be found on the Council’s website, or I may be contact directly on 087 9345603, via or through social media.

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