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Posted 5 years ago, 28 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

Its great to see Buckley's shop being finally demolished, the MRA has been campaigning for years to have it demolished. The neighbors in Delmege park are delighted to see it gone. Its been a haven for anti-social behavior and it also stopped people coming in to visit relatives in Delmege, the minute they see the shop they would turn around said Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA and LRA. It is also great to see Tinnelly's demolition doing a tidy job and keeping health and safety standards very high and also having banks men watching the barriers and also men guiding the traffic to and from the site. We are showing a video portraying the standards Tinnelly Demolition has and keeping the residents safety in mind at all times. We Wish they all could be the same? But unfortunately that can not be as other companies does not keep health and safety of residents in mind in our regeneration areas.

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Posted 5 years ago, 21 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

A big congratulations to Jamie Daly Chairperson for Events MRA and LRA, John Keyes of Arsenal Football Club, Pat O Sullivan of Limerick F.C, we would also like to thank RTE and Red paw Media and Miriam, Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA and LRA, Martin O Halloran, Cathal Mc Carthy and Matt Collins of the BWGRA. Here are some photos of the work that Jamie is doing in his social regeneration with the kids. It is just fantastic to see 30 kids all training and playing soccer. Why Mr. Kenny and co. could not do this the Limerick Regeneration Process would have been a showcase for all of Ireland and Europe in what could have been archived said Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA and LRA. The MRA would like to give special thanks to Pat O Sullivan Limerick F.C, John Lyons of Arsenal F.C, Paddy Hartnett and a special thanks to Jamie Daly Chairperson for Events with the MRA as this would have not went ahead without his input. We hope the people will come out in may and donate to the suicide awareness charity soccer match as god knows we are after burying an awful lot of youth in Limerick and county, so come out and support the Munster Challenge Cup in aid of Pieta House, 13 May from 2:00 PM as all donations are very welcome. And a special thanks goes to our star of Delmege Park and Moyross United Adrian Mitchell and wish him the best in his football career. Here is a photo of him teaching the kids of Delmege Park, Keep up the good work Adrian in working with the younger kids.

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Getting Locals Employed

Posted 5 years ago, 21 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

A big thank you to Tinnelly Demolition for all the great work they done in the regeneration of limerick and peter madigan who is foreman with them who indulged with the people and done work after other demolishers left in a dangerous situation, walls falling down and dangerous man holes left open said Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA and LRA and we would like to thank him also for hiring local people and giving much needed jobs to the local communities and disadvantaged people of the regeneration areas and we would like to thank again peter madigan again for indulging with the residents of the regeneration areas and going into dialogue with them trying to make the situation right in which he and his company done a wonderful job. Keep up the good work. Martin O Halloran Vice Chairperson of MRA again would like to thank Tinnelly Demolition for averting a bad accident or maybe worse someone may have been killed in which you can see photos above. When Tinnelly demolition were approached about this man hole which was left open by another demolition company Martin Tinnelly said he would supply a new man hole cover and frame and fit it for the people in Delmege Park and he said if it diverts a bad accident its worth it to Tinnelly Demolition in which they did not charge the people anything they paid for it out of their own pocket.

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Posted 5 years ago, 14 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

The Moyross Residents Alliance brought reporters from the national papers to look at the way the people had to put up with a derelict shop and house in Delmege Park which the people had to put up with anti-social behavior in which was unbearable, neighbors windows being broke, fires being lit in both house and shop there was one elderly couple frightened for their lives which was highlighted on RTE Prime time and still nothing has been done about it. The MRA recently got the shop boarded up as we had no other option then to get the national papers involved as there is nobody listening to our pleas, this is Moyross and this would not happen to any other place other than Moyross. Again according to the regeneration agency everything is hunky dorey in Delmege Park in Moyross, this is disgraceful and will not be tolerated by residents said Martin O Halloran Vice Chairperson of the MRA and LRA. Due to a phone call from Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA and LRA to Connor o Donoghue owner of a derelict house in delmege park (photos above) Connor o Donoghue said to Mr. Daly that he would be ringing Paul Foley in Limerick City Council and making arrangements to have this house demolished as Mr. Daly told him it was dangerous to the public and someone was going to be maimed or hurt or worse Killed. So we the residents told Mr. O Donoghue this and he agreed with us and got on top of this immediately.

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Posted 5 years ago, 14 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

A big congratulations to James Daly of Delmege Park and the work he is doing with the kids, as only for him Moyross would not be what it is today with all the work he is doing and we the people of Moyross and all the regeneration areas say to you Jamie keep up the social regeneration and work with the youth because its the likes of you that keep the kids smiling and you are turning them away from anti-social behavior and crime. Here are some photos of kids in our garden and kids with James in the football astra pitch.

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What Regeneration?

Posted 5 years ago, 13 Mar 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

Thanks for the sign Mr. Kenny but what is printed on it never materialized. Four years ago this sign was erected and as you can see what is says Limerick Regeneration Agency Building Communities Through Regeneration which was another lie. This never materialized the building of communities, instead we got our communities broken up and people displaced, school pupils halved people demoralized they never knew what was coming next and anti-social behavior rife, so your regeneration Mr. Kenny did not work. It only left people depressed and never knowing what is coming next. We hope to god that the new committee whomever they may be will be true to their word and tell the people the truth in these areas because the LRA and MRA will be reporting to the E.U and highlighting issues within the regeneration areas said Tom Daly Chairperson of the LRA and MRA.