Clonmel Crisis House Project, estimated to be €3.73 million, progress is a “very welcome development for Tipperary” – Cahill
The Minister of State, with responsibility for Mental Health and Older People, Mary Butler, has today provided a very promising update in relation to Clonmel Crisis House. Commenting on this today, Deputy Cahill said: “I am delighted to receive notification from Minister Butler that the approval to accept tender has been signed for the Crisis House in Clonmel and that the process is now gaining momentum with the contract expected to be awarded in the third quarter.”
He continued to say: “The total project cost is estimated to be €3.73 million, which is undoubtedly a significant investment into Mental Health services in County Tipperary. This is a very welcome development for Tipperary as a whole, and specifically this facility, which provides much needed services to the people of Tipperary. I would like to thank Minister Butler, my Fianna Fáil colleague, for all her work with me on this issue to date.”
Deputy Cahill welcomes successful Emergency Works Application for Presentation Secondary School, Ballingarry.
Deputy Jackie Cahill T.D. has confirmed that the Presenta- tion Secondary School, Ballingarry, has been approved for funding under the Department of Education’s Emergency Works Scheme.
Deputy Cahill welcomed the news by saying: “I am de-
lighted to hear from Minister Foley this afternoon that she has approved funding for Presentation Secondary School, Ballingarry, under the Emergency Works Scheme. This nec- essary funding will go towards the improvement of the waste water treatment for the school. I know this must come as
very positive news for the school community. “I would like to thank Minister Foley and her staff for their tremendous support with this application. I would also like to congrat- ulate the Principal, Angela Cahill, and the school manage- ment on their successful application.” Cahill concluded.