I Have written to the county manager on behalf of Clondalkin Tidy Towns and the people of Clondalkin to express anger and disappointment at yet another attack on a piece of Clondalkin Heritage ,

 

Cllr Timmons said ‘’I am aware that this land is not in Council ownership but I have asked that you as County Manager intervene and ensure that Kealand Homes secure the site at Mount St Joseph. I have had 4 motions and a question down about Mount St Joseph it is of huge importance to many people in Clondalkin that this site is preserved and maintained for future generations. ‘’

 

Cllr Timmons ‘’I has asked in a motion last December that Kealand homes be asked to  Investigate the heightening of wall of Graveyard but this didn’t happen. Last night (Tuesday 6th) further Graffiti , damage to the wall and waste including a bag that says Hazardous waste where discovered at the site.  I have asked that SDCC Please respond as a matter of urgency. ‘’