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NewsLocal NewsBanking on river hubBy admin – June 4, 2009 706 Print Twitter WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook Limerick to ‘cash’ in on leisure potentialSWEEPING new plans for a major development of Limerick’s riverside will maximise the city’s recreational, tourism and ecological potential, Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Central to this strategy is the development of a series of “looped walks”, linked to the city centre and to the expanding suburbs of Coonagh and Caherdavin.Shannon Development and Limerick City Council are examining an extension of the riverside landscape and its opportunity for walking and hiking routes.The Limerick Post has secured a final report which states: “Current research indicates that demand in Ireland is growing steadily for shorter walking routes of a varied nature, ranging from 30 minutes to a day and visitors are also looking for good quality, well marked walks that are relatively easily accessible and themed routes with an historical or environmental focus are particularly effective. Shorter, circular walks with start/finish point in the same location are popular with day visitors”.A kickstart to an expanded development is a looped walk commencing from the Shannon Bridge and the Cleeves Bank complex, which “with its prominent position on the Shannon skyline, is at present under-exploited in terms of its strategic location on the banks of the river and proximity to Shannon Bridge.” The priority walkway from Shannon Bridge will run to Barrington’s Pier and extend on to the tunnel crossing at Coonagh. The continuous looped walkway will proceed under Meelick Bridge and along the creek, around the southern boundary of the industrial estate to Coonagh Road and on to Coonagh Roundabout. Said Cllr Kathleen Leddin.“To someone who is on record for looking for this type of development of our riverside potential for many years, it is great news that we are much closer to seeing this project realised – it will be an invaluable amenity for the people of Limerick and for visitors to the city. “I also welcome the extension of the plan to include the Crumpaun river, which is the traditional boundary between Limerick and County Clare and back towards the Old Cratloe Road, the location of platforms for anglers and for enjoying the scenic views, as well as the walkway from St Michael’s Rowing Club on O’Callaghan Strand out as far as the tunnel entrance at Coonagh – approximately five kilometres of leisure walkway and cyclelane in what is an idyllic part of the city”. The report says that in order to ensure that any activities would not have an impact on water quality and natural habitats, this could be achieved by creating a buffer zone along the embankment side, which would also be necessary to ensure access for maintenance and monitoring by the Office of Public Works.This zoning would promote the use of the Shannon riverside between Shannon Bridge and Meelick Creek as a leisure and natural amenity area and would protect and enhance the natural landscape qualities of the riverside area.. Email Linkedin Previous articleToddler is charged €484 for Ryanair flightNext articleElton John After Party admin
Traditional trick-or-treating is not restricted, but the county advises against going door-to-door on Halloween. The Trunk-or-Treats were to be held at Otsiningo Park and the Greater Binghamton Airport. Only persons experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 may make an appointment with the testing site. To register online, click here. Additionally, Broome County remains a “yellow zone” as part of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s New Cluster Action Initiative. It will continue to be a yellow zone for two more weeks. (WBNG) — On Thursday, Broome County Executive Jason Garnar announced both of the county’s “Trunk-or-Treat” events have been canceled for 2020 due to pandemic concerns. Lastly, Garnar says the Broome County Mobile Rapid Testing Site will be moved to the First Presbyterian Church on Grant Avenue in Endicott. It will be there from Oct. 26 to 30. Garnar says in order for the county to get out of the yellow zone, it will need an infection rate under 2%. As of Thursday, Broome County has a positive infection rate of 3.7%. Garnar made the announcement during a virtual news conference held on Zoom. In that conference, he said around 4,500 Broome County residents were in quarantine after possible virus exposure. 19 people are hospitalized.