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McCaul to raise Foreglen road safety issues with Council

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Sinn Féin councillor Tony McCaul has said he will work with party colleagues in the Assembly and Executive to address road safety issues in Feeney and Foreglen.

Councillor McCaul said:

“People living in the Feeney and Foreglen areas have raised concerns about grass cutting and other road safety issues.

“I have also been campaigning for traffic calming in both Foreglen and Feeney which are two of the very few areas without this.

“I will also be working closely with our local MLA Caoimhe Archibald to bring these concerns to the assembly and the relevant ministers.”

Sinn Féin MLA for East Derry Caoimhe Archibald said she would raise the issues at the Assembly;

“Councillor McCaul and I will be meeting with the Infrastructure Minister Chris Hazzard to work towards resolving these issues for the people of Feeney and Foreglen.”

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