McEntee urges Meath public to engage on Slane By-Pass

Friday, 4th August 2017 “I am urging all Slane and Meath people to have their voices heard on the critically important Slane By-pass project” local T.D. and Minister for European Affiars Helen McEntee has stated. “If you didn’t get to attend the the Public Consultation on the Slane Bypass held recently but would still like… Read More McEntee urges Meath public to engage on Slane By-Pass

McEntee and Reilly welcome repair works on historic Headfort Bridge

Monday, 17th July 2017 “Following repeated representations and  lobbying by myself and local Fine Gael Councillor Sarah Reilly, we have been informed by Meath County Council that rehabilitation works are planned for the damaged retaining wall and parapet wall at Headfort Bridge” Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee has stated. She continued: “Meath County Council… Read More McEntee and Reilly welcome repair works on historic Headfort Bridge

St. Mary’s National School, Moynalty to receive funding for digital speed signs

Monday, 19th June 2017 “I welcome the news that St. Mary’s School Moynalty is to benefit from the provision of digital speed safety signs with the aid of CLAR funding of €12,000.  Fine Gael in Government is committed to supporting rural communities as much as possible, and this is good news for the village of… Read More St. Mary’s National School, Moynalty to receive funding for digital speed signs

McEntee fully behind calls for improved N2 at the Brink 

Tuesday, 28th February 2017 Meath East Fine Gael T.D. and Minister for Mental Health and Older People Helen McEntee has recently met with concerned locals (picture enclosed) calling for improved safety on the N2, especially at the Brink, south of Slane on the N2, and fully backed their campaign. “The proposed changes by the community… Read More McEntee fully behind calls for improved N2 at the Brink 

McEntee welcomes national funding increase of almost 10% for roads in Meath

Monday, 30th January 2017 “I want to join with my party colleagues in Meath in welcoming the increased funding from national level for roads in Meath.  This years figures stand at €13,490,518, compared to €12,271,812 this time last year.  This represents a increase in money terms of €1,218,706 or 9.93% in percentages terms for 2017… Read More McEntee welcomes national funding increase of almost 10% for roads in Meath

Minister McEntee welcomes €1.2 million to allow for planning of Slane By-Pass

Monday, 9th January 2017 “As a resident of Slane, and as a local T.D. and Minister of State, I want to welcome the news from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) formerly the NRA, that €1.2 million has been allocated to the much needed Slane By-Pass project in 2017. This is a major vote of confidence in… Read More Minister McEntee welcomes €1.2 million to allow for planning of Slane By-Pass

McEntee urges maximum public engagement with Kells One Way System trial

Local Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee, whose constituencyoffice is based at Cannon Street in Kells, has urged the general public and business community of Kells to engage fully with the 6 week trial, and fully note their views, concerns and record its impact so that the trial is meaningful and worthwhile, and gets the best possible outcome… Read More McEntee urges maximum public engagement with Kells One Way System trial