O’Donoghue Demands End to Power Cuts

O’Donoghue Demands End to Power Cuts

Cllr Rob O’Donoghue spoke with representatives of the ESB at this months Area Committee Meeting where the issue of the ongoing power outages in Lusk were discussed. O’Donoghue stated ‘I have been informed that the issue of ongoing power outages in Lusk is not to do with load capacity from the Glasmore Plant but with items such as timber/trees shorting the output line that feeds Lusk.ESB workers have physically inspected the line and sent drones down it to identify areas where, in particular, timber is interfering with the supply, with the intention on having the trees removed. The ESB will be looking to put contractors in place in the coming weeks to have these vital works carried out.’In other Council news, having sought to have seating installed on the bypass, Cllr O’Donoghue has been successful in securing two benches for walkers on the stretches either side of the Raheny Roundabout. He also welcomed the securing of €100,000 in the 2021 – 2023 Capital Budget for the incorporation of the waste ground along to Chapel Farm Drive into the area of Class 1 Open Space that is used by clubs in Lusk for training purposes.In other Council news, having sought to have seating installed on the bypass, Cllr O’Donoghue has been successful in securing two benches for walkers on the stretches either side of the Raheny Roundabout. He also welcomed the securing of €100,000 in the 2021 – 2023 Capital Budget for the incorporation of the waste ground along to Chapel Farm Drive into the area of Class 1 Open Space that is used by clubs in Lusk for training purposes.

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