HC Deb 23 July 1912 vol 41 c997W

asked whether the Congested Districts Board will give special consideration at its meeting on 16th July to the necessity for the construction of a boat slip at Cahirciveen, in view of the approaching autumn fishing season and of the number of fishermen at this centre who are severely handicapped by the absence of proper facilities for hauling up their boats?


This matter was considered by the Congested Districts Board at their meeting on the 16th instant, when it was decided that, if the County Council undertake the construction of the proposed slip at Cahirciveen, the Board will contribute one-half of the cost of construction, provided that the amount they are asked to pay does not exceed £70.