Published 21/01/2014 | 05:32
FADED yellow traffic boxes on the streets of Malahide will be renewed and repainted this year, according to Fingal County Council.
Cllr. Anthony Lavin (FG) asked that the yellow boxes at Grove Road, The Rise, The Diamond, James' Terrace and Old Street be renewed. The council's operations department said the work would be carried out as part of the area engineer's programme of works for this year.
THE council is to contact a utility company who left broken concrete at an entrance road from Texas Lane to Chalfont Rod in Malahide, asking the company to repaired the damage.
Cllr. Anthony Lavin (FG) asked the council to arrange to have the issue addressed and the local authority's operations department told him: 'A utility company carried out works at this location which has settled. The utility company will be contacted to carry out the necessary repair.'
DEBRIS AT ESTUARY
THE council is investigating the presence of debris on Broadmeadows Estuary which is visible at Bissett's Strand in Malahide when water levels are low.
Cllr Anthony Lavin (FG) asked the council to clean up the debris but the local authority's operations department said that the matter would be investigated first and then the 'debris will be cleared as necessary'.
FOLLOWING the recent injury of a pedestrian, the council is to remove trip hazards from the footpath at St. Sylvester's Church in Malahide.
Cllr. Eoghan O'Brien (FF) asked the council that the footpath be repaired and the local authority's operations department said: 'Footpath improvements at this location will be included in the works programme for 2014. In the meantime, repairs to trip hazards will be carried out.'