18 new social homes for Tagoat

By Dan Walsh at Wexford County Council meetingSpeaking at today’s monthly meeting of Wexford County Council Cathaoirleach of the Rosslare Municipal District, Cllr Lisa McDonald, confirmed that the Department of Housing has given Wexford County Council the go-ahead to construct 18 new social homes in Grahormack, Tagoat. The 18 new homes will be a mixContinue reading “18 new social homes for Tagoat”

Cathaoirleach welcomes local funding

By Dan Walsh Cathaoirleach of the Rosslare Municipal District, Cllr Lisa McDonald, has welcomed €500,000 in government funding for Kilmore Quay under the new ‘Embracing Ireland’s Outdoors’ strategy from the Department of Rural and Community Development announced earlier today. “I am delighted with this morning’s announcement that €500,000 in government funding has been allocated to Kilmore Quay,”Continue reading “Cathaoirleach welcomes local funding”

Call to help south Wexford tornado victims

By Dan Walsh Cathaoirleach of the Rosslare Municipal District, Cllr Lisa McDonald, is calling on the Government to immediately intervene and provide support for those affected by last Thursday’s destructive tornado in the Clongeen-Foulksmills area of south Wexford.  “I visited many of those affected in the area on Saturday and witnessed first-hand the devastation thatContinue reading “Call to help south Wexford tornado victims”

Rosslare Strand launch of Wheelchair Mat

By Dan Walsh As the July daily temperatures embrace the popular sunny south-east reputation, a pleasant beachside ceremony at Rosslare Strand on Tuesday morning marked the launch of the new Wheelchair Mat. Cllr Lisa McDonald, Chair of Wexford Local Community Development Committee and the Rosslare Municipal District said “it was great to see the launchContinue reading “Rosslare Strand launch of Wheelchair Mat”

Cllr McDonald takes Rosslare chair

By Dan Walsh Cllr Lisa McDonald was elected the new Cathaoirleach of Rosslare Municipal District Council at the annual general meeting held today at County Hall, Wexford. Cllr McDonald was proposed by Cllr Jim Codd and seconded by Cllr Ger Carthy and was elected unopposed. Outgoing Cathaoirleach Cllr Jim Moore congratulated Cllr McDonald and handedContinue reading “Cllr McDonald takes Rosslare chair”

Cllr McDonald welcomes Murrintown funding

Fianna Fáil public representative in the Rosslare LEA, Cllr Lisa McDonald, has today welcomed funding approved under the Towns and Villages Renewal Scheme for Murrintown. “I am proud to announce today that I have obtained €220,918 for Murrintown under the Towns and Villages Renewal scheme”, said Cllr. McDonald. “The funding will be used for the development ofContinue reading “Cllr McDonald welcomes Murrintown funding”

€400,000 funding for Rosslare district projects

By Dan Walsh Funding for two projects in the Rosslare Municipal District have been approved under the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (ORIS). Fianna Fáil Cllr Lisa McDonald made the announcement to WexfordLocal.com ; “I am delighted to be informed today that a total of nearly €400,000 has been approved for two projects in the RosslareContinue reading “€400,000 funding for Rosslare district projects”

Taoiseach’s visit, but no cheque book!

By Dan Walsh An Taoiseach, Micheál Martin was in the South East region of Wexford today with visits to Rosslare Europort and Rosslare Community and Sports Centre at Rosslare Strand, however, there were no new announcements.   An Taoiseach said he was delighted to visit Rosslare Port today to witness the impact of investment, andContinue reading “Taoiseach’s visit, but no cheque book!”

Cllr Jim Moore is Rosslare Cathaoirleach

By Dan Walsh Cllr Jim Moore, (Fine Gael), was elected Cathaoirleach of Rosslare Municipal District Council at this morning’s annual general meeting held at Wexford County Council Headquarters. Tributes were paid to the outgoing Cathaoirleach Cllr Frank Staples, (Fine Gael), and thanks were expressed to him for his dedicated service to the role. Cllr Moore,Continue reading “Cllr Jim Moore is Rosslare Cathaoirleach”

€208,000 funding for Kilmore Quay

By Dan Walsh Kilmore Quay has received a significant investment to the tune of €208,000 in capital funding for upgrade works and repairs and while there is a general welcome locally, Fianna Fáil member in the Rosslare Municipal District, Cllr Lisa McDonald is particularly impressed. “I am delighted to be informed that €208,000 in capitalContinue reading “€208,000 funding for Kilmore Quay”