Independent Senator Gerry Craughwell Expresses His Disappointment In Tipperary Town At The Seanad

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Image courtesy of Senator Gerry Craughwell social media

Independent Senator Gerry Craughwell has spoken on the floor of the Seanad about his disappointment on a recent visit to Tipperary Town. The Senator, originally from Galway, says he was prompted to visit the town following an email from the US. Senator Craughwell made the comments in the Seanad on February 28th in a final minute of his allocated time.

He criticised Tipperary County Council for the condition of the water feature at the council office. The Senator also criticised the lack of a functioning Court House in Tipperary Town which means that people have to travel to Nenagh to avail of court services.  The Senator says he also wishes to speak about rates and how people avoid paying them but did not have time to do so in Tuesday’s contribution.