Council must act to repair dangerous railing at Sacred Heart National School in Huntstown – Cllr. Patrick Nulty
Dublin West Labour Party Councillor Patrick Nulty has said Fingal County Council must “ensure that the virtually collapsed railing located between Huntstown Community Centre and Sacred Heart National School is repaired”.
Cllr. Nulty described the present state of the railings as “extremely dangerous particularly as there are so many young children moving to and from the location each day”.
It is understood that the laneway through which the railing has fallen is in private ownership. Cllr. Nulty has said that the land should be transferred to the community and a situation where “the community centre, the local school or a combination of both having control over it seemed the best option with Fingal County Council maintaining it when necessary”.
“Time and again the local community in Huntstown has raised this issue but no progress has been made. The local authority cannot simply throw it’s hands in the air and not address the problem – we are now at the stage where public safety has become at risk.
“I am calling on the council to convene a meeting of all the parties to thrash out a resolution to this urgent matter”.
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