Council seeks public opinion on Abbeyfeale traffic proposals

first_imgNew parklet changes Catherine Street dining experience O’Donnell Welcomes Major Enhancement Works for Castletroy Neighbourhood Park Council seek public opinion on Abbeyfeale traffic plan.Limerick City and County Council has drawn up plans for a new traffic management system in Abbeyfeale and is now looking for the views of the public on the proposals.A public information day will be held in Leens Hotel, The Square, Abbeyfeale on Thursday, January 18 from 12 noon until 8pm. Council officials and staff from the consultants will be on hand to go through the plans take any questions arising from the process.Among the proposals are:Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up ​Modified traffic lane widths along the N21 within Abbeyfeale town centre with revised parking layout.New traffic signals at the Main Street/ Church Street and Main Street/ Colbert Terrace junctions with controlled pedestrian crossings.Realignment of the junction at Main Street/ St. Ita’s Road.Upgrade of mini roundabout junction at Colbert Terrace/ Tesco.Development of a pedestrian link between Main Street and Grove Crescent public car park.New coach parking and set downs areasLimerick City and County Council would like to know your opinions.All submissions or observations must be made in writing to The Planning and Environmental Services Department, Limerick City and County Council, Dooradoyle, Limerick V94 WV78 on or before 4pm on Thursday, February 8.More information here TAGSAbbeyfealeChurch StreetColbert TerraceGrove CrescentLimerick City and County CouncilMain StreetPublic consultationSt It’s Roadtraffic plan RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Linkedin Ireland’s First Ever Virtual Bat Walk to take place in Limerick Email Call to extend Patrickswell public sewer line center_img Limerick’s O’Connell Street Revitalisation Works to go ahead Advertisement WhatsApp €1.5 million boost for five County Limerick towns from Rural Regeneration and Development Fund Previous articleLimerick advocates needed to help young people reach their potentialNext articleThe return of Kevin Barry for Limerick Literary Festival Editor Facebook NewsCouncil seeks public opinion on Abbeyfeale traffic proposalsBy Editor – January 9, 2018 2269 Printlast_img read more

NCUA outlines procedures for handling sensitive information

first_img 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Recently updated examination procedures from the National Credit Union Administration are intended to strengthen safeguards for data received electronically during an examination.The changes, detailed in a letter sent to credit union CEOs last week, are based on recommendations the NCUA’s Office of the Inspector General made in June.The NCUA defines “sensitive data” as: information which by itself, or in combination with other information, could be used to cause harm to a credit union, credit union member or any other party external to the NCUA; and any information concerning a person or their account which is not public information, including any non-public personally identifiable information.“In order to ensure sensitive electronic credit union and member data is well protected, the data held by NCUA needs to be encrypted,” reads the letter, signed by Larry Fazio, director of the NCUA’s Office of Examination and Insurance. “The process of exchanging this data between credit unions and examiners also needs to be secure and well controlled.” continue reading »last_img read more

Renovated Queenslander with top notch features

first_imgThe home at 45 Kate St, Woody Point. Picture: supplied.THIS renovated Queenslander has the benefit of cooling sea breezes and the ocean being within walking distance in three different directions. Owner David Walker said the property at 45 Kate St, Woody Point had undergone a massive transformation while still retaining plenty of character. “For an 80-year-old home it looks brand new,” he said. As part of the renovation the property was raised, the front veranda opened up, a back deck was added, a swimming pool was installed and the backyard was landscaped. The state-of-the-art kitchen has top end technology, lighting and appliances. Picture: supplied.A new kitchen was put in a year ago and the two bathrooms have been fully renovated. Mr Walker, who works at Kitchen Connection, said the kitchen gave the home wow factor. “It’s a state of the art kitchen. All the drawers and doors open electronically. You just touch them and they will automatically open and close.“The benchtops are top of the range super natural Caesarstone with waterfall edges and the appliances are top of the range Westinghouse. “There is a boiling water tap, so there is no need for a kettle, glass splashbacks and the latest lighting from Europe.” The downstairs rumpus room flows out to the poolside deck. Picture: supplied.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus11 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market11 hours agoSet across two levels, the home has river red gum hardwood floors with high gloss polish, high ceilings and VJ walls.A large rumpus room downstairs opens to the poolside deck. There is also a bedroom, a study, a bathroom and a laundry on this level. Internal stairs lead up to the family room and open-plan living, dining and kitchen area. The master bedroom has a dressing room and the two other bedrooms have built-in wardrobes. The family bathroom has a spa bath and separate shower and there is a sunroom opening to the front deck. The property is on the market through Cameron Reid of Crown Properties.last_img read more