Cork North West Fine Gael General Election Candidate Councillor John Paul O’Shea has welcomed ongoing village improvement works in Liscarroll, including the installation of four electronic speed radar signs.
Cllr. O’Shea said Cork County Council has recently spent €10,000 on road safety measures in the village, and in addition the local authority has commenced working with Liscarroll Community Council on a range of other improvements, including new and replacement footpaths, road resurfacing, refurbishment of Liscarroll Community Centre and further community enhancement works.
This follows on, Cllr. O’Shea added, from the replacement of nearly 4km of watermains in the village, which cost in the region of €400,000.
Cllr. O’Shea commented: “There is a range of village improvement works ongoing in Liscarroll at present, and it is particularly welcoming that several new electronic speed radar signs have being installed in the village. These signs really do make a difference to speeds approaching built-up areas, where safety is absolutely paramount.”