Community safety provides assurance for Garryowen residents

first_imgNewsLocal NewsCommunity safety provides assurance for Garryowen residentsBy admin – November 12, 2009 628 WhatsApp Advertisement Email GARRYOWEN residents are feeling more assured following the arrival into their area of the community co-ordinator team.Over the next six months, the team will work on pilot projects and in the process, improve community safety, the local environment and community spirit.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Cllr Kieran O’Hanlon said this is a very positive move that the residents will benefit from.“I’m delighted that the co-ordinator team is coming into Garryowen and I’m certain it will do a lot to raise morale for everyone living there, both young and old”.The co-ordinators are carrying out a street lighting blitz in the large housing estate, reporting any defects to the city council and during this month and December, safety chains and smoke alarms for elderly residents will be installed, free of charge.“We will be putting together a list of eligible residents over the winter months, so if you are 60 years or over and would like to be considered for this project, please ring us on 407247,” invites a spokesperson for the Limerick City Community Safety Partnership.A specially prepared educational programme focusing on the topic of community affairs, will be delivered in the Garryowen schools by the co-ordinators, who will also deliver a Christmas card initiative in the schools, aimed at building links with the old and young in the community.The new year will get off to a clean start with the implementation of an environmental educational programme. Aimed at young and older residents, the proposed plan of litter picks and window boxes, will see residents collecting litter on the area’s large green areas and learning how to plant seasonal flowers to enhance the environment.A special crime awareness initiative developed by Youth Reach and the Gardai National Juvenile Office, will be run by members of the Irishtown Gardai Division Programme, with the aim of encouraging young people to think about community safety and the consequences of their actions before doing wrong and in a lighter vein, there is an after-school activity club that focuses on promoting community spirit.“JUMP is an after-school physical activity programme – a one hour session that involves fair play activities for boys and girls. It is to be run in the local boys and girls primary schools and parents will be notified by the schools if their child is invited to participate. Twittercenter_img Facebook Print Linkedin Previous articleThe tallest tree and a host of activitiesNext articleFlannery and Hayes return to face Australia adminlast_img read more

Ween Announces 2018 Red Rocks Performance

first_imgCult hero alt-rock oddballs Ween have announced that they will perform at the iconic Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO on Tuesday, June 5th, 2018. The announcement comes on the two-year anniversary of their return to the stage in Colorado following a four-year breakup.The band last performed at Red Rocks in on July 12th of last year, and has played there 6 times dating back to 1995, when they served as one of the supporting bands for Big Head Todd and The Monsters for their two-night headlining run. So far, this announcement marks the band’s first scheduled date of 2018. However, Freeman’s touring schedule is completely clear according to his website, and Melchiondo is only booked during the end of March and beginning of April with The Dean Ween Group, so we wouldn’t be surprised if there are even more new Ween dates in the works.As the band’s announcement denotes, a pre-sale period for the Red Rocks show will begin on Tuesday, February 13th at 10 am MT, and the general on-sale will begin on Friday, February 16th at 10 am MT. For more information, or to purchase your tickets when they become available, head to the band’s website.[Cover photo: Dave DeCrescente]last_img read more

Historic opportunity in West End

first_img29 Mary Street, West End.A HISTORIC West End home with nine bedrooms that used to serve as lodging has hit the market.The 1920s home at 29 Mary St will go to auction on September 5.Positioned at the foot of Castle Hill, the home is crying out for a buyer with vision who could transform the house into a standout property.Keyes & Co listing agent Tess Sellwood said the home could either suit being turned into a dream home or kept as an inner-city investment.“It was originally bought out at Herveys Range and it has always had a hotel or lodging-style accommodation,” she said.More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“It could either be an amazing opportunity to update it into a residential home or keep it as quite a sharp investment because its returns are quite healthy as well.“It’s been positioned on the block beautifully for it to have views of Castle Hill.”The home is set on a 1214sq m parcel of land and has a two-bay lockable shed with two undercover car spaces.It was built in 1929 and has a large living room with fretwork and the original floors have been protected.The nine registered bedrooms all have airconditioners and there are two separate bathrooms which are currently male and female. The kitchen has been modernised with gas cookware and there is a laundry next to the original outhouse.The home is open for inspection from 2.30pm to 3pm on Saturday. For more information call Tess Sellwood on 0439 793 559.last_img read more