Dáil Éireann - Volume 281 - 27 May, 1975

Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Water and Sewerage Schemes.

25. Mr. J. O'Leary asked the Minister for Local Government the water and sewerage schemes submitted by Kerry County Council and Killarney UDC which are awaiting sanction in his Department; and the cost of each scheme.

Mr. Tully: There are two such schemes. They are:—

(1) Reenard water supply scheme, estimated cost £33,000 and

(2) Ballycasheen east sewerage scheme, estimated cost £56,000.

26. Mr. Molloy asked the Minister for Local Government the present position regarding the Leagaun group water supply scheme, Moycullen, County Galway.

[835] Mr. Tully: The group have been advised to seek quotations for the necessary materials, carrying out of the work, and so on so that firm costings may be determined and the appropriate grants allocated.

27. Mr. Davern asked the Minister for Local Government when he will sanction the moneys for the Annacarty/Donohill group water scheme, County Tipperary.

Mr. Tully: Further drawings have been requested from the group in order that the cost of the scheme may be accurately estimated. Grants cannot be allocated until these drawings are received and an assessment made as to whether the undertaking would be within the financial resources of the group.