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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Cllr McAuley welcomes additional resources in dealing with uncut grass & weeds

DUP Councillor John McAuley has welcomed news that additional resources are to be allocated to Ballymoney to deal with uncut grass and weeds.

After a number of complaints, Cllr McAuley has been lobbying Environmental Services in resolving the matter.

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Responding to the Councillors request, the Director of Environmental Services has said:

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” I am reallocating some additional resource to Ballymoney this week. We will try and get caught up as soon as possible”

Cllr McAuley has also said:

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“I will also be meeting the Chief Executive on Friday morning to follow up on this response and review a number of issues raised 2 weeks ago.”

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