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Local Councillor Charlie O’Connor has welcomed confirmation from the Council that provision has been made by the Chief Executive in the 2017 budget for the carrying out of small improvement works in parks and open space areas around the county.

The list is as follows and was confirmed at the January meeting of the Tallaght Area Committee:

Scheme type                  Location                                                   Cost estimate              Origin of request

Pitch improvements       Tymon Park/Colaiste de hIde                    €40,000                            Members rep

New pathway                   Tallaght Leisure C to Jobstown Park        €20,000                             Internal

Drainage works               Butler McGee/St Marks GAA pitches       €40,000                           Request from club

Public lighting                 Alderwood + Virginia Heights                    €15,000                             Members rep

Park improvements        Seating in Kiltalown Park                            €5,000                              Members rep

New footpath                   Lanndale Lawns to Ambervale                  €20,000                            Members rep

Hedge planting                Kilnamanagh from Belgard Road              €12,000                            ACM item

According to Charlie O’Connor these works will be welcomed by the communities involved and he added that he will be asking the Council to ensure that they are carried out as soon as possible.

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