Social Democrats councillor June Murphy will address the Housing Committee of Cork County Council to highlight the scourge of anti-social behaviour in local estates.

The issue was raised by Cllr Murphy at a recent council meeting, when she requested that the local authority form a specialised sub-committee, interlinked with relevant departments and outside bodies to deal with serious or ongoing antisocial behaviour in council estates.

“There are some incidents where they’re going to the toilet in playgrounds and on people’s front doorsteps. Others are coming into estates who don’t live there and are abusing people, lying down on the road and stopping traffic,” said Ms Murphy.

 “They’re having parties all night. One individual drove at 80mph backwards. That person has caused nothing but trouble, since they arrived there.”

She said she knows of …


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