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Limerick Union and Rathkeale Rural District Council to Discuss Infrastructure Improvements

The Limerick Union Guardians have scheduled a meeting on the 15th to deliberate on a range of proposed works. These works encompass the installation of a new bath and the erection of latrines at both the infants’ school and the back hospital. It is crucial to note that all these undertakings will be executed in strict accordance with the specifications provided by the Guardians’ Engineer. This meticulous approach ensures that the works meet the necessary standards and requirements, contributing to the welfare and infrastructure enhancement of the community.

Meanwhile, at the quarterly meeting of the Rathkeale Rural District, a series of motions are set to be considered. These motions encompass a spectrum of issues, including the cleaning of water courses, the completion of road projects, and the construction of a guard wall along a hazardous quarry. These matters reflect the district’s ongoing commitment to addressing infrastructure, safety, and community concerns.

Both the Limerick Union Guardians and the Rathkeale Rural District are dedicated to fostering the well-being and development of their respective communities. Their scheduled meetings and the topics to be discussed underscore their continuous efforts to enhance the living conditions and safety standards within their jurisdictions.

Limerick Echo – Tuesday 14 October 1902

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