Month: January 2014

Mallow Juvenile GAA Club Notes 28/01/14

The Juvenile GAA Club sponsored by Dano’s SuperValu, held their AGM on Thursday last in the clubhouse. The 2013 officers were thanked for their hard work and the following officers were elected for 2014 President Tom Browne Chairman Liam Sheehan Vice Chairman John McDermott Secretary Marie Kelleher Treasurer Jimmy Kelleher PRO Ciara Kiely Central Board Rep Tom Slattery Selection committees and mentors for each age group and code were elected. Chairman Liam Sheehan thanked the outgoing selectors for their time and efforts and wished everyone well in their roles for the coming year. There were suggestions and ideas from...

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Twopothouse to Doneraile Road closed to facilitate realignment works

Reproduced from http://johnpauloshea.ie/twopothouse-to-doneraile-road-closed-to-facilitate-realignment-works/ The New Twopothouse to Doneraile Road (R581) is closed from today Monday 27th January 2014 to Monday 7th April 2014 inclusive to facilitate the second phase of realignment works on this road. Alternative Route Traffic from Mallow travelling towards Doneraile should continue along the N20 to Buttevant and turn right onto the R522 to Doneraile. Traffic from Doneraile travelling to New Twopothouse and Mallow should travel via the R522 to Buttevant and turn left onto the N20 to New Twopothouse and...

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Works to replace lead water mains to over 200 houses in Mallow to commence shortly

Reproduced from http://johnpauloshea.ie/works-to-replace-lead-water-mains-to-over-200-houses-in-mallow-to-commence-shortly/ Works on replacing communal lead watermains in Mallow town is to commence within the next two weeks. Over 200 properties in Mallow have lead watermains entering their houses from the existing cast iron watermains. The principal areas affected in the town where these communal lead mains are located include: Connolly Avenue/Thomas Davis Terrace Rockmount Terrace/Lisheen Row/Glenanaar Terrace/ Plunkett Terrac St. Patrick’s Terrace Pearse Terrace/Pearse Avenue In order to comply with new EU Drinking Water Regulations, Cork County Council must provide an alternative water supply to the affected properties in order to allow householders to transfer their water supply...

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