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Congratulations to Ryan Murphy, Emyvale, on being awarded Student of the Year 2019/2020 in Colaiste Oiriall. Ryan is son of Keith and Patricia Murphy, Pullis, and has completed his second level education in Colaiste. He led by example and was a very popular choice to receive this award. Unfortunately Covid19 changed the usual end of year events and award ceremonies. I have had reason to visit Colaiste on a number of occasions last year and Ryan was always very helpful and friendly and well deserved the Student of the Year Award. We say ‘well done’ to Ryan and we wish him every success in whatever road he decides to travel from here.
Main Street Speed: Twitter had had a tweet bringing our attention to the enormous speed of a particular lorry heading for Monaghan through Emyvale and another tweet claiming that the speed of lorries in general going through Emyvale is too fast. I agree and there are many others will agree as this topic has been discussed regularly by residents and visitors. EDA brought this matter up with Garda authorities but things didn’t change and it is not only lorries, as cars are also breaking the limit regularly. It is puzzling that a Road Check can sit on the Main Road to Monaghan and always in the same place, meaning that when cars pass the van and out of sight they put the boot down to make up for lost time. It would also help if that Van did a session on Main Street now and again. Residents would also tell you that during the night the speed increases and the noise of the lorries increases which has been causing problems for the residents. We will make further representation to the the Gardai and hopefully it will slow the traffic down. We also have to raise the issue of the Barracks in the village. Last correspondence we had was back in January and were informed that it would be up and running at the beginning of February as planning permission had to be got for the change of status of the residential property, which was being converted to house the Gardai but would not be available to the public. We will keep you posted. I also have it on good authority that speed checks will feature on Main Street any day now - so be careful.
Congratulations to Ryan Murphy, Emyvale, on being awarded Student of the Year 2019/2020 in Colaiste Oiriall. Ryan is son of Keith and Patricia Murphy, Pullis, and has completed his second level education in Colaiste. He led by example and was a very popular choice to receive this award. Unfortunately Covid19 changed the usual end of year events and award ceremonies. I have had reason to visit Colaiste on a number of occasions last year and Ryan was always very helpful and friendly and well deserved the Student of the Year Award. We say ‘well done’ to Ryan and we wish him every success in whatever road he decides to travel from here.
Emyvale: Credit Union …………………………. HERE Tidy Towns …………………………… HERE Jolly Joggers ………………………... HERE Helen Steele and Joggers ………. HERE Silver Hill Farm Sold ……………… HERE ‘Happy Emyvale’ ………………….. HERE Séamus McCluskey Obit ………… HERE News From Noeleen ……………… HERE Gary Askin Presentations ……… HERE Gretta Neeson ……………………. HERE Fr. Mick Takes His Leave ………. HERE St. Patricks Concert ……………… HERE Active School Corracrin NS ….. HERE Christmas Swim at Emy ……….. HERE New Year’s Day Run 2020 ……. HERE Brian McKenna is 40 ……………. HERE Packie’s 90 ……………………….. HERE Nancy is 80 ………………………. HERE Credit Union Quiz ………………… HERE Kathleen’s birthday ……………… HERE
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Main Street Speed: Twitter had had a tweet bringing our attention to the enormous speed of a particular lorry heading for Monaghan through Emyvale and another tweet claiming that the speed of lorries in general going through Emyvale is too fast. I agree and there are many others will agree as this topic has been discussed regularly by residents and visitors. EDA brought this matter up with Garda authorities but things didn’t change and it is not only lorries, as cars are also breaking the limit regularly. It is puzzling that a Road Check can sit on the Main Road to Monaghan and always in the same place, meaning that when cars pass the van and out of sight they put the boot down to make up for lost time. It would also help if that Van did a session on Main Street now and again. Residents would also tell you that during the night the speed increases and the noise of the lorries increases which has been causing problems for the residents. We will make further representation to the the Gardai and hopefully it will slow the traffic down. We also have to raise the issue of the Barracks in the village. Last correspondence we had was back in January and were informed that it would be up and running at the beginning of February as planning permission had to be got for the change of status of the residential property, which was being converted to house the Gardai but would not be available to the public. We will keep you posted. I also have it on good authority that speed checks will feature on Main Street any day now - so be careful.