Thursday, February 07, 2013

AN abandoned two-storey construction once intended to be a neighbourhood shopping complex at Moonvoy Court, in Tramore, has now become a haunt for teenage gangs and it must be removed Waterford Co. Council has been told.
The derelict building is just one of a large number of issues of concern at Monvoy Court and on the Moonvoy Valley estate.
Mayor of Tramore, Cllr. Joe Conway called on Waterford Co. Council to take all possible steps to have works completed by the developer in order that Monvoy Valley estate is taken in charge by the local authority.
The motion before this week’s meeting of the Town Council was seconded by Cllr. Pat Finnerty.
This estate, said the town Mayor, was well over a decade old and the residents justifiably are anxious that it is taken in charge by Waterford Co. Council. He said that when last enquiry was made, there were close on 40 contentious matters standing between completion and taking in charge.
He went on to say that the current state of the estate was not acceptable for the 700 residents living there and he said that the Council should take urgent steps to confer with the developer, in a determined effort to have this matter resolved.

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