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18 May 2022

Parts shortage due to shipping hold ups contributing to delays in public light repairs in Tipperary

Parts shortage due to shipping hold ups contributing to delays in public light repairs in Tipperary

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A shortage of parts due to shipment hold ups is to blame for delays in repairing broken public lights around the county, the latest monthly meeting of Carrick-on-Suir Municipal District’s members heard.
Carrick MD Chairman, Cllr Mark Fitzgerald, said there were massive issues with getting parts and components for lights such as bulbs because a lot of shipments were held up.
He was responding to Cllr David Dunne from Carrick-on-Suir, who highlighted that councillors were getting “hassle” from residents in certain housing estates with public lights issues. Cllr Dunne hoped the public will be a little bit forgiving when they hear this explanation for the delays.

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