Local councillors in the Fermoy Municpal District are due to meet with Superintendant Michael McGuire and Sergeant James Hallahan in Fermoy Town Hall next Tuesday to discuss traffic problems in Fermoy.

The chairman of Fermoy Municipal Authority Cllr Frank O'Flynn, feels that traffic congestion in Fermoy has become very prevalent especially in the last six months due to an increased number of jobs in the area and the gradual economic upturn. 

It is hoped that the meeting with the local Gardaí may lead to a solution on how traffic congestion can be alleviated. 

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Emily Aherne
Emily Aherne works as a reporter at the Fermoy office. She is from Tallow in County Waterford and received her secondary education at Blackwater Community School, Lismore. Emily recently graduated from the University of Limerick with a BA in New Media and English (First Class Honours). Emily can be contacted on 089 4065536 or by email reporter@avondhupress.ie