Senator Paudie Coffey outside the Alms Houses in Tallow, work on which will commence this year.

Tallow will at last see much needed investment in 2017 which will help the town reach its full economic social and economic potential, according to Fine Gael Waterford Senator, Paudie Coffey. 

Mr Coffey was speaking after he received confirmation from the Department of Transport that the Tallow Link Road will be completed with the allocation of €600,000 to Waterford City and County Council to complete the works.

This is an issue that Senator Coffey has worked on for the past couple of years along with local FG councillor, Declan Doocey. He said he is delighted that the link road can now be completed.

“This road is a key piece of infrastructure for the town and will open up access to the school, funeral parlour and business park, as well as new economic development lands that will secure the economic future of the area.”

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