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Progress at Enniscorthy Technology Park is welcomed at meeting

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Liz Hore Wexford Co. Council, Minister James Browne, Minister of State Robert Troy TD, Tom Dempsey foreman, Michael Bennett builder and Breege Cosgrave LEO at the Enniscorthy Technology Park. Photo; Mary Browne

Liz Hore Wexford Co. Council, Minister James Browne, Minister of State Robert Troy TD, Tom Dempsey foreman, Michael Bennett builder and Breege Cosgrave LEO at the Enniscorthy Technology Park. Photo; Mary Browne

Liz Hore Wexford Co. Council, Minister James Browne, Minister of State Robert Troy TD, Tom Dempsey foreman, Michael Bennett builder and Breege Cosgrave LEO at the Enniscorthy Technology Park. Photo; Mary Browne

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THE progress of works taking place at Enniscorthy Technology Park was welcomed at this months meeting of Enniscorthy Municipal District, however, questions were also raised as to the time-frame for when clients will be in situ at the site.

In her monthly report Acting District Adminstrator, Bernie Quigley, said “work is progressing well” at the park.

However, Cllr Kathleen Codd-Nolan, while welcoming the news, commented that the report was very brief.

“The report is fairly brief, it’s just one line,” said Cllr Codd-Nolan.

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"We can see that it’s progressing well but I’m just wondering is it just at snagging stage now or when can we anticipate we will have someone in there,” she said.

“The Chief Executive said there are four of five companies waiting to get in and it’s really important for the town that we move it on as quickly as possible,” she added.

"It will bring good jobs to the town and the area.”


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