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GOOD NEWS: On Saturday July 10th 2021 a group of walkers from County Cavan came to experience the Emy Lake Walkway led by Hugh O’Reilly. This group have been in existence for some time and they visit other walkways out of interest and novelty. They were welcomed to the amenity by Chairman of the Walkway committee, John Sherry, and some items of historical interest were imparted by Pat McKenna and yours truly. Initial reaction by the group was one of delight at the scenery and the beautiful surrounds of the lake. They were raring to get going and when Pat McKenna presented a copy of the Echoes of Monaghan CD to Hugh and I got my photo it was ‘about turn’ and off they went. If we get any feedback we will let you know. Our picture shows the group with John Sherry, Pat McKenna, Aiden McKenna and John McKenna.
BAD NEWS: The above item was good news and great to see visitors coming to enjoy a fantastic amenity, which with the help of the community, was put there and maintained to the highest standards by a hard-working and devoted committee. We thank them for their hard work and huge contribution to the whole community and beyond. And then we have the bad news - someone, unknown at this stage, took the liberty to just DUMP and sack full of rubbish across the fencing at the Car Park of this lovely amenity. Shame on who ever was responsible but the matter will be handed over to the Environment section of Monaghan Co Co. and a hefty fine should follow.
The news is spreading that the culprit, who dumped the rubbish above, has been identified by Monaghan Co. Co, and a hefty fine imposed. Further details are skimpy at this stage but we will get more information in due course. However this is a fair warning to us all - DON’T DUMP RUBBISH. There are bins and places provided for your rubbish but it is your rubbish and you must take the responsibility of disposing of it properly and not just dump it and let someone else look after it. The person with the bag of rubbish above likely thought he/she had got rid of it. Now he/she might pay the price. There is a lesson there for us all and well done to Monaghan County Council environment department.
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GOOD NEWS: On Saturday July 10th 2021 a group of walkers from County Cavan came to experience the Emy Lake Walkway led by Hugh O’Reilly. This group have been in existence for some time and they visit other walkways out of interest and novelty. They were welcomed to the amenity by Chairman of the Walkway committee, John Sherry, and some items of historical interest were imparted by Pat McKenna and yours truly. Initial reaction by the group was one of delight at the scenery and the beautiful surrounds of the lake. They were raring to get going and when Pat McKenna presented a copy of the Echoes of Monaghan CD to Hugh and I got my photo it was ‘about turn’ and off they went. If we get any feedback we will let you know. Our picture shows the group with John Sherry, Pat McKenna, Aiden McKenna and John McKenna.
BAD NEWS: The above item was good news and great to see visitors coming to enjoy a fantastic amenity, which with the help of the community, was put there and maintained to the highest standards by a hard-working and devoted committee. We thank them for their hard work and huge contribution to the whole community and beyond. And then we have the bad news - someone, unknown at this stage, took the liberty to just DUMP and sack full of rubbish across the fencing at the Car Park of this lovely amenity. Shame on who ever was responsible but the matter will be handed over to the Environment section of Monaghan Co Co. and a hefty fine should follow.
The news is spreading that the culprit, who dumped the rubbish above, has been identified by Monaghan Co. Co, and a hefty fine imposed. Further details are skimpy at this stage but we will get more information in due course. However this is a fair warning to us all - DON’T DUMP RUBBISH. There are bins and places provided for your rubbish but it is your rubbish and you must take the responsibility of disposing of it properly and not just dump it and let someone else look after it. The person with the bag of rubbish above likely thought he/she had got rid of it. Now he/she might pay the price. There is a lesson there for us all and well done to Monaghan County Council environment department.