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Road works trigger rates row

Wednesday, 14th November, 2018 4:01pm
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Road works trigger rates row

The narrow Bridge Street in Dunmore. Photo: Ray Ryan

Road works trigger rates row

The narrow Bridge Street in Dunmore. Photo: Ray Ryan

BUSINESS owners in Dunmore are considering withholding rates payments from the Local Authority due to serious levels of traffic congestion in the town impacting passing trade.
A motion will come before a meeting of the Dunmore Traders Association this evening to determine whether the payments will be withheld until the issue is resolved.
Traders are concerned that traffic build-up in the town has worsened since the introduction of a one-way system with traffic lights at Twenty Minute Hill between Tuam and Dunmore last week.

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