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Following concerns brought to my attention at the speed of traffic going through Boherlahan Village by residents of the Village and parents & teachers of children attending St. Isidore's NS, Boherlahan. I requested Tipperary Co. Council to undertake a safety audit of the villages traffic management plan.

I am please to acknowledge that as part of this audits recommendations Tipperary Co. Council have now put in-place electronic road speed warning signs on both approach roads into Boherlahan.

The purpose of electronic speed signs are to slow cars down by making drivers aware when they are driving at unsafe speeds. Studies conducted have found that these speed signs are extremely effective in slow traffic down.
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Congratulations to Drombane man Peter Ryan who's Olympic dream is once again coming to fruition. Due to the Russian Paralympic squad not been allowed to participate in Rio their allocated places were distributed between the other competing nations.

I understand Peter received a call yesterday evening offering him one of these allocated places which Peter has accepted.

#RyanForRio
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Best Wishes to the Dualla Show which takes place this Sunday 28th August. The Show & Family fun day is in aid of local community organisations and charities. Featuring livestock show, equine events, free kids entertainment and much much more

Check out www.duallashow.ie for more details.
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Clonacody House, Fethard will hold a fundraising event for Fethard & District Day Care Centre this Friday and Saturday. Tickets are €50 and can be reserved by calling Helen at (087) 168 9167.

They will also be offering a glass of wine or soft drink, donated by Con Traas of The Apple Farm Cahir and Canapes provided by Barbara Russell of Russell Catering at the interval.
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