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Cllr Sean Kelly was informed that three people are living in tents next to the bridge.

Cllr Sean Kelly was informed that three people are living in tents next to the bridge.

Cllr Sean Kelly was informed that three people are living in tents next to the bridge.

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Disused masks were among the litter dumped into gardens near the bus stop in Fatima, councillors heard at the Dundalk Municipal District meeting.

Cllr Sean Kelly asked if the bus stop could be relocated to its original position closer to the nursing home.

He said it was currently located beside residential houses with the result that people were sitting on the wall and littering. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, masks were thrown into the gardens of two houses.

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There were a number of elderly people living in the area and he wondered if the bus stop could be moved to another location as it would ease the problem.

He was told that bus stops was an issue for the National Transport Authority (NTA) and that his concerns would be passed on. 


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