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Accident fears as one small path catering for busy Courtown thoroughfare: ‘We’ve had a lot of near-misses’

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Deirdre Byrne and Patrick Byrne From Candy Land , Chris Dirwin from The Yellow Shop, John Carolan from Foxy Johns, and Paul Doyle from The 19th Pub on the road where the footpath is still blocked off

Deirdre Byrne and Patrick Byrne From Candy Land , Chris Dirwin from The Yellow Shop, John Carolan from Foxy Johns, and Paul Doyle from The 19th Pub on the road where the footpath is still blocked off

The barrier has been there for two years.

The barrier has been there for two years.

The barrier has created a blind spot for motorists.

The barrier has created a blind spot for motorists.

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Deirdre Byrne and Patrick Byrne From Candy Land , Chris Dirwin from The Yellow Shop, John Carolan from Foxy Johns, and Paul Doyle from The 19th Pub on the road where the footpath is still blocked off

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With the sun making its first appearance of the year business was brisk on Courtown’s Main Street last Friday afternoon.

Families, children, pets, groups of youths, all weaved their way up and down the thoroughfare, in and out of the shops which lead the way towards the beach. But they did so on just one side of the street, on one footpath when there should be two. 


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