€763,000 in funding for investment in rural water schemes in Limerick – O’Donovan

Added September 21st, 2018

Minister of State Patrick O’Donovan has welcomed the announcement of €763,000 in funding for investment in rural water schemes in Limerick.

The allocation was made by the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Eoghan Murphy as part of a €20million investment nationally.

Minister O’Donovan said “This investment by the Government is very important for the communities concerned. Provision of good quality water is a priority and this allocation which is being made to Limerick City and County Council will be an important part of that objective.”

“As a rural TD I am constantly advocating for investment in our rural infrastructure including our water network and I will continue to do that with my Government colleagues on behalf of the constituency here in Limerick County.”

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