Shock as councillor apologies over Closh

Cllr Sean O hArgain
Former mayor and Kilkenny West area election candidate on Friday, Cllr Sean O’hArgain has apologised to the residents of the Closh, close to Kilkenny fire station, for seeking to have a free and public skate park placed at the Closh. Cllr O’hArgain said that following a meeting with Mr Bill Bergin of the Closh Area Residents and Business Committee he accepted that the Closh was not the best place for the Skate Park and he welcomed the announcement that the park would form part of the
 redevelopment of the Brewery site.

Former mayor and Kilkenny West area election candidate on Friday, Cllr Sean O’hArgain has apologised to the residents of the Closh, close to Kilkenny fire station, for seeking to have a free and public skate park placed at the Closh. Cllr O’hArgain said that following a meeting with Mr Bill Bergin of the Closh Area Residents and Business Committee he accepted that the Closh was not the best place for the Skate Park and he welcomed the announcement that the park would form part of the
 redevelopment of the Brewery site.

He also said that he is working with officials to find a solution ot the ongoing eyesore at the junction of Walkin Street and the Old Callan Road.