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‘Mighty’ welcome for Kilcummin sewerage scheme update

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Cllr Brendan Cronin.

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IT HAS been confirmed that Irish Water is progressing the necessary studies as part of the preparation of a planning application for the Kilcummin sewerage scheme.

The proposed project will involve the construction of approximately 8.5 kilometres of new foul sewers and a pumping station. The proposed new sewer network will be connected to the existing Killarney town sewer system and wastewater treatment plant.

This project will ensure that wastewater from Kilcummin is treated and discharged in compliance with the appropriate national and European standards.

It is expected that the planning application will be lodged before the end of this year. Once submitted, the planning application may be inspected at the offices of the planning authority (Kerry County Council) and accessed online at www.kerrycoco.ie

Irish Water will continue to provide updates on this project in 2016 and will continue to liaise with all relevant stakeholders throughout this period.

“I welcome this announcement and I am delighted for the people of Kilcummin that finally Irish Water have decided to bring the Kilcummin sewerage scheme to Killarney,” Killarney Mayor Councillor Brendan Cronin told Killarney Advertiser. "I am delighted; it is absolutely mighty news. I and my fellow councillors have been lobbying for this for 10 or 12 years now, so it is great news."
 


 
Above: Chairman of Killarney Municipal District Cllr Brendan Cronin.

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Free creative workshop for children impacted by cancer

Cancer support charity, Recovery Haven Kerry, will host a free creative workshop for children impacted by cancer this coming Thursday (September 30). The online event has been organised to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September and will be facilitated by Recovery Haven Kerry deputy manager and art therapist, Katie O’Donoghue from Killarney. The workshop, which […]

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Cancer support charity, Recovery Haven Kerry, will host a free creative workshop for children impacted by cancer this coming Thursday (September 30).

The online event has been organised to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month this September and will be facilitated by Recovery Haven Kerry deputy manager and art therapist, Katie O’Donoghue from Killarney.

The workshop, which takes place via Zoom at 6.30pm, is aimed at children who have been impacted by cancer in any way and will also see Katie read from her debut children’s book, ‘‘The Little Squirrel Who Worried’.

Workshop facilitator, Katie, has worked for many years as a child and young people’s therapist with the NHS, before returning to her native Killarney this year. Her background is in fine art and design and she has a Masters degree in Art Psychotherapy.

If you would like to register your child for this free online workshop, please contact Recovery Haven Kerry on 066 7192122 to book your place.

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Not to be for Killarney as Waterford named Best Place to Live in Ireland

While Killarney made it through to the last five, in the end it was Waterford City which claimed the overall title of Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021. While the city was the unanimous choice of the judging panel it had to beat off stiff competition from Killarney and three other shortlisted locations: Clonakilty, […]

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While Killarney made it through to the last five, in the end it was Waterford City which claimed the overall title of Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021.

While the city was the unanimous choice of the judging panel it had to beat off stiff competition from Killarney and three other shortlisted locations: Clonakilty, Co Cork, Galway city and the village of Glaslough in Co Monaghan.

Among the things which impressed the judges about Waterford were its beautiful buildings, its liveability, its pedestrian friendly public space, its weather, and its easy access to the Comeragh Mountains and the Copper Coast.

The Chair of the judging panel Conor Goodman congratulated Killarney on its fine showing in the competition.

“Given the level of entries and the extremely high standard of those entries, making it into the Best 5 Places to Live in Ireland really is a wonderful achievement which I’m sure everyone in Killarney and Kerry is really proud of. We were delighted with the level of interest in the competition and would like to thank everyone who nominated a place or who engaged with us on it.”

The Irish Times Best Place to Live in Ireland contest, which is supported by Randox Health, began in June.

In total 470 locations were nominated by more than 2,400 people from all 32 counties for the title of ‘Best Place to Live in Ireland 2021’.

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