€133,100 for three Limerick projects under Clár – O’Donovan
Added November 2nd, 2020
Limerick TD and Minister Patrick O’Donovan has welcomed the allocation of €133,100 to three projects in Co. Limerick under measures 1 and 2 of the CLÁR Programme. Projects in Ballyhahill, Ballylanders and Glenroe have been successful in this round of allocations.
Gerald Griffins GAA in Ballyhahill receive €35,100 for works in the car park, €50,000 is being allocated to Ballylanders for works in the village including public toilets and Glenroe National School which recently reopened will get €48,000 for digital speed signs, footpaths, safety measures and road markings.
“This is latest allocation from the Department of Rural and Community Development under CLÁR and Minister Heather Humphreys TD has said that there will be further allocations.”
“These three projects will make a big difference to the communities concerned. Each one of them is different and I know the allocations will be welcomed locally.”
“I’ve spoken to Minister Humphreys on the importance of the CLÁR Programme and she is very anxious to make sure that there are more announcements like this.”
“Over the last number of years, I’ve been fortunate to be able to be able to make similar announcements like this all over the County. They all have one thing in common. They have all worked with the Council and public representatives like myself to secure funding like this. I hope to be able to get more announcements like this one for Ballyhahill, Ballylanders and Glenroe.”