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Pathways at St Patrick’s Cemetery to be resurfaced early next year

Published 9 months ago 22nd November 2021 by Jamie O’Flaherty

A number of pathways in need of resurfacing at St Patrick’s Cemetery, Clonmel will be attended to in the new year.

The issue was raised at this week’s Clonmel Borough District meeting by Cllr Siobhan Ambrose who tabled a motion requesting an update in relation to the upgrading of the new entrance into St. Patrick’s Cemetery and in turn the re-surfacing of sections of the pathways within the cemetery.

In reply, District Engineer Eoin Powell said the new rear entrance into the car park is currently being designed, however, it is likely that these works won’t be finished until early or mid 2022.

Regarding the resurfacing of some of the internal pathways, Mr Power explained that currently there are insufficient funds left in the 2021 budget to carry out any resurfacing.

However he said it is intended that some of these pathways will be resurfaced in 2022.

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