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Posted 5 years ago, 30 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

Due to a meeting last Monday night in a undisclosed place, there was a meeting called by Fr. Pat Hogan to form a Regeneration Committee and to meet with Mr. O Loughlin the new CEO of the Regeneration of the Limerick Estates. The Moyross Residents Alliance find this very disappointing as they did not engage with the residents and invite the residents and make this a public meeting as this committee some of these people were on the last board for 5 years and nothing materialized just money wasted, our infrastructures broken up and they have the cheek to do this behind peoples back and try jump on the gravy train again. It is not on said Tom Daly Chairperson of the Moyross Residents Alliance. We are calling for elections from within all the different areas for local residents to be on a committee that indulge with the council and the new committee of the Regeneration. This is the only way the Regeneration process can be brought forward. It has to be with the residents involved because we are the people on the ground in these areas and we know what the people want, to make our areas a better and safer place to live.

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Posted 5 years ago, 26 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

Vice Chairperson of the MRA would like to send a special thanks to Jamie Daly on the very very hard work himself and his committee are doing with the Monks Vs Munster Sporting Hero's. It is unbelievable the amount of travelling that Jamie and his committee have done in going to Dublin, Cork and Kerry and England Meeting people to try and raise funds for this event to promote suicide awareness. It is amazing the response and phone calls that the MRA are getting from people and local businesses thanking James and his committee for the time that they are putting into it. We hope to see you all on the 20th of May in Shelbourne Park is the message i got from James Daly to give to the people of Limerick. Martin O Halloran Vice Chairperson MRA.

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Posted 5 years ago, 26 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

A big congratulations to the Moyross A team who won their league again. This we have to say is fair play to the management who has somehow managed to bring this team to win the leagues 5 years in a row which was never done before. This is down the hard work of the management committee and the hard training the lads put in. Again it goes to show the great spirit that is in the people of Moyross. We would also like to congratulate the B team who won their league also. We hope the new regeneration committee come on board with the management of both teams and help them out with some funding. We would also like local businesses to get on board as all these lads has proved themselves over and over again. Vice Chairperson of MRA Martin O Halloran.

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Posted 5 years ago, 25 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

The Moyross Residents Alliance and the residents of Moyross would like to thank all the people who donated to help us buy the statue of our lady and a special thanks to Willie Ryan of Ryan's Locksmiths in William Street who gave a big donation towards the statue. It is great to see the people of Limerick getting involved and helping the people of these regeneration areas. Its a pity that the Regeneration didn't take a page out of their book and look after the people properly in these areas. Tom Daly Chairperson of the MRA.

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Posted 5 years ago, 17 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

The Moyross Residents Alliance would like to thank Tom Cassidy and Jimmy Cassidy for collecting the rubbish above in the Delmege Park Community Garden. It is great to see our own involved and helping out. We would be lost without the help of the local people.

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Posted 5 years ago, 16 Apr 2012 by Martin Halloran Profile Martin Halloran

The Moyross Residents Alliance chairperson and vice chairperson would like to thank Tinnelly demolition for the demolition carried out on Buckleys shop in Delmege Park. It is unbelievable what you can see when you come into Delmege Park and all the residents are delighted. We have one more terrible eye soar, a house down from where the shop was {property of Conor O Donoghue}. Conor told Tom Daly on a phone conversation that he was going into Mr. Paul Foley of Limerick City Council to talk about handing over this property to get it demolished. That was five to six weeks ago and unfortunately nothing has materialized out of it. We hope Conor see's the way his property is causing terrible problems for the residents of Delmege Park and we call on him to have it demolished.

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