OPW Minister Calls On Save Cork City To Withdraw Objections To Lower Lee Flood Relief Scheme
Patrick O'Donovan was in the city today following this morning's flood
It comes as traders on Oliver Plunket St and the surrounding streets continue to count the cost of another severe flooding event in the city this lunchtime.
Our senior reporter Fiona O'Donovan is in the city for RedFM News:
“Their businesses are being crucified as it is,&now they have water,sewerage,faeces they have to brush out, stock that’s contaminated, where is this going to end in Cork” - OPW Minister @podonovan has appealed to @savecorkcity to withdraw their objection.More @RedFMNews pic.twitter.com/4c094bjiGk— Fiona O'Donovan (@FionaRedFM) October 20, 2020
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