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Wilson demands work to be carried out in “forgotten village”

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Darryl Wilson
Darryl Wilson

Wilson has asks statutory agencies to carry out works in the overlooked village of Seacon.

Ulster Unionist Councillor Darryl Wilson has called upon statutory bodies to carry out works in the village of Seacon with immediate effect Cllr Wilson said I have many friends and family who live in the village of Seacon which I visit/pass through on a regular basis.

It has become apparent over the last few months that statutory agencies including Water NI and Roads Service appear to have forgotten that the village actually exists ” On entering the village from the A26, visitors and residents are met with the sight of a fence which is broken in numerous places surrounding the water treatment works which is also overgrown and unsightly. The village itself has grass and weeds growing from all of the roadside kerbs where no attempt has been made to treat/spray or remove them.

The road and parking bays I the village appear to not have been swept or cleaned for a considerable period of time. The ratepayers of the village deserve much better, a basic level of service is the minimum that local people should expect. I have contacted Roads Service, Council and Water NI to ask that these agencies take remedial action immediately.

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