Councillor Stephen McKee outside Harry's shop in Mornington.
Drogheda and East Meath Councillor Stephen McKee has been informed by Meath County Council that work on anew pedestrian crossing at Harry’s Centra, Mornington will begin this month.
The Fianna Fail Councillor said: “I have been lobbying Meath County Council on this important safety issue for a while now alongside local residents so this is good news for the area.
“The pedestrian crossing will be of benefit to many local families as well as residents and visitors to the Ozanam Home across the road. A large number of families in the area had contacted me with their concerns. There is currently no safe crossing along the Garra Road.
“I will keep the pressure on to ensure the work is completed as soon as possible and I wish to thank Meath County Council for their support on this matter”.
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