O’Donovan welcomes €161,730 in CLÁR funding for Limerick Communities

Added June 14th, 2017

The Minister for Tourism and Sport, Patrick O’Donovan TD has this morning welcomed the confirmation that he has received from Michael Ring TD, Minister of State for Regional Economic Development, that €161,730 has been allocated to 8 Limerick projects under CLÁR 2017.

The funding for these Limerick communities comes under the CLÁR Safety package for Schools/Community Facilities. CLÁR is a targeted investment programme that aims to provide funding for small infrastructural projects in rural areas.

“This funding is very welcome and will address very important issues such as safety at schools and in communities. This funding will support these local communities as they look to ensure their children are safe and have recreational amenities available in their own communities.”

The Projects that were successful are:

Feenagh NS – €14,400 – road safety measures
Galbally NS – €38,610 – footpath and pedestrian crossing
Kilmeedy NS – €14,400 – Road Safety Measures
Oola NS – €31,680 – Pedestrian Crossing & Public Lighting
Knocknasna NS – €13,500 – Road Safety Measures
Ballylanders – €21,780 – Pedestrian Crossing & Public Lighting
Glengort/Tournafulla NS – €13,500 – Footpath

Bilboa NS – €13,860 – Road Safety Measures

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