More than €60,000 has been allocated to nine communities across North Cork through Cork County Council’s Community Fund Scheme, local Fine Gael Councillor John Paul O’Shea announced this week.
This additional funding, totaling €60,566, comes from a re-allocation of unspent monies from previous years. Cllr. O’Shea welcomed the re-allocations and said the successful projects would benefit each of the nine communities across North Cork.
The funding allocations are as follows:
- Cois Cluain, Ballyclough – fencing green area from stream – €6,566
- Liscarroll Village – speed radar signs on approaches – €10,000
- New Twopothouse – speed radar sign on Hazal Tree side approach – €2,500
- Kanturk – speed radar signs on Newmarket Road – €6,000
- Rockchapel – speed radar signs – €6,000
- Banteer – traffic calming works – €6,000
- Mallow – Bathview fencing – €12,000
- Millstreet – contribution to Millstreet car park resurfacing – €7,000
- Newmarket – contribution towards fencing town park/tennis courts – €4,000.