Minister for European Affairs and Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee has urged the public in Meath to have their say on the Future of Policing in Ireland before Wednesday 31st January 2018. Minister McEntee said: “I echo the words of the Commission Chair Kathleen O’Toole who said that members of An Garda Síochána… Read More McEntee urges Meath people to have their say on the Future of Policing in Ireland
Monday, 31st July 2017 “i am delighted to learn from Minister Michael Ring this morning that 4 Meath East projects are to benefit under the 2017 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme with a total investment of €36,000” Minister for European Affairs and Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee has stated. Funding for the Meath East… Read More Balrath Wood, Lloyd, Harvest Walk Kells and River Walk Ratoath in Meath East to benefit from Rural Recreation Projects funding
Monday, 24th July 2017 “The ongoing water shortage in the East Meath/Drogheda area shows the need for continued investment and joined up thinking in our water provision locally, regionally and nationally” Minister for European Affairs and local T.D. Helen McEntee has stated. “The loss of water for such a long period cannot be allowed happen… Read More East Meath/Drogheda water shortage shows need for continued investment – McEntee
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Meath Fine Gael TD Helen McEntee has told the Dáil that Riverwalk Court apartments in Ratoath are not fit to live in. Speaking during a special debate on housing problems on Wednesday 18th October, Deputy McEntee said: “Unfortunately, because of building practices that were encouraged by the government that was in office before the Fine… Read More McEntee says Riverwalk Court apartments are not fit to live in