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Bypass Slane Campaign meet An Taoiseach and Minister for Transport
5th June 2009


Slane community representatives including the Bypass Slane Campaign met the Taoiseach and Minister for Transport Noel Dempsey at a Fainna Fáil event held in the Conyngham Arms Hotel.

Minister Dempsey admitted that he recognised the need for a bypass and informed representatives of the local community that it is a priority. However, he refused to be drawn on revealing a timescale for the works.

A group of residents gathered outside the Conyngham Arms Hotel in advance of the function to put their message before the Fianna Fáil party members attending and while a distance was maintained, permission was granted for three community representatives to enter the hotel to speak with Mr Cowan and Mr Dempsey when they arrived.

Read the full reports in the Drogheda Independent HERE and HERE.

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Contact us at bypassslanecampaign@gmail.com

Bypass Slane Campaign, c/o Slane Community Forum, The Village Inn, Slane, Co. Meath.