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Monaghan County Council

19
December
2018

Notice to Close LS5515 Lower Mill St Monaghan

Notice to Close LS5515 Lower Mill St Monaghan

Temporary Closing Of Roads

Monaghan County Council gives notice to close the following road in County Monaghan:

Date: Tuesday 14th January 2019 from 23.00 to 06:00 on Wednesday 15th January 2019

To Facilitate:
Telecommunication Services Installation

Roads Closed: 
LS-5515, Lower Mill Street,Monaghan Town, between North Road and Church Square

Alternative Routes: 
Traffic coming from Upper Mill Street wishing to access Church Square may do so via North Road (N54) and Glaslough Street (N54).                       

This notice complies with the Roads Act 1993 (Section 75)

F. McEntee
Head of Roads
20th December 2018

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

19
December
2018

Notice to Close L5170 Derryhee Road, Emyvale

Notice to Close L5170 Derryhee Road, Emyvale

Temporary Closing of Roads

Monaghan County Council gives notice to close the following road in the Municipal District of Monaghan in County Monaghan:

Dates:    Tuesday 8th January 2019 - Friday 1st March 2019

Start and End Townlands affected are:The closure will take place in the townland of Carrigans, with the diversion route extending from Carrigans to Derryhee, Tonyhee, Drumconnelly, Tontnumery, Cornacreeve and Derrynashallog townlands.

Road Closed
The L5170 Derryhee Road will be closed for approximately 80 metres where it joins the N2. The closure is required to allow reconstruction of the Derryhee Road where it joins the new N2 Road alignment scheme currently under construction. There will be no through traffic between the N2 and the L5170 Derryhee Road during the closure, however the L5170 Derryhee Road will remain open to local traffic only for residents and businesses along the road.

Diversion Routes 
Vehicles travelling North along the N2 will no longer be able to turn left at the junction between the N2 & L5170 Derryhee Road – instead vehicles will need to continue North along the N2 to the L1160 Davagh Etra turn-off, and turn left onto the L1160 Davagh Etra Road. Continue on this road for 1.75 miles (2.8 km) to L1155 Road. Turn left onto L1155 and proceed South along the L1155 for 1.45 miles (2.3 km) to the junction with the L5170 Derryhee Road then turn left onto the Derryhee Road, which is the end of the diversion.

Vehicles travelling South along the N2 will no longer be able to turn right at the junction between the N2 & L5170 Derryhee Road – instead vehicles will need to turn right onto the L1160 Davagh Etra Road and follow the diversion as outlined above.

Local Access 
Local access will be maintained along the L5170 Derryhee Road for residents and businesses, although there will be no through access onto the N2. Residents will need to use the diversion route via the L1160 Davagh Etra Road and the L1155.

Emergency services access will be catered for at all times.

This notice complies with the Roads Act 1993 (Section 75)

F. McEntee
Head of Roads, 
20th December 2018

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

17
December
2018

Flooding on L-2243-0 at Annies townland (Road Flooded)

Flooding on L-2243-0 at Annies townland (Road Flooded)

  • Incident Type/Activity:Flooding
  • Road Number: L-2243-0
  • Road Status: Road Flooded
  • Townland: Annies
  • District Electoral Division: Currin Ded
  • Municipal District: Ballybay - Clones
  • Baile Fearainn: Na hEanaigh
  • Toghroinne Ceantair: Coirrín
  • Ceantair Chathrach: Cluain Eois - Béal Átha Beithe
Click here to view the location of this road incident as well as all current road incidents in Co Monaghan. Please note that if you click on this link at a later time/date, the road may not be visible on the map as it may have been re-opened. The map only displays the current road incidents at any point in time.

SMS content issued for this alert:
Alert: Road Flooded. Flooding on L-2243-0 at Annies townland. View further information here: http://arcg.is/2jB6dnR 12 2018

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

16
December
2018

Oil Spill on L-5512-1 at Knockaconny townland (Slippery Surface)

Oil Spill on L-5512-1 at Knockaconny townland (Slippery Surface)

  • Incident Type/Activity:Oil Spill
  • Road Number: L-5512-1
  • Road Status: Slippery Surface
  • Townland: Knockaconny
  • District Electoral Division: Monaghan Rural Ded
  • Municipal District: Monaghan
  • Baile Fearainn: Cnoc an Chonnaidh
  • Toghroinne Ceantair: Muineachán (Tuath)
  • Ceantair Chathrach: Muineacháin
Click here to view the location of this road incident as well as all current road incidents in Co Monaghan. Please note that if you click on this link at a later time/date, the road may not be visible on the map as it may have been re-opened. The map only displays the current road incidents at any point in time.

SMS content issued for this alert:
Alert: Slippery Surface. Oil Spill on L-5512-1 at Knockaconny townland. View further information here: http://arcg.is/2jB6dnR 12 2018

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

16
December
2018

Salting of Routes

Salting of Routes

Monaghan County Council wish to advise that gritters will be deployed this evening on the following salting routes please click here 12 2018

Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Road Closures & Disruptions, Monaghan County Council

15
December
2018

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Monaghan (from Sat. 15/12 @ 2PM)

Severe Weather Warning for Wind for Monaghan (from Sat. 15/12 @ 2PM)

Alert message from Met Eireann:
Update: Storm Deirdre will move quickly across the country this afternoon and evening and will move through the Irish Sea early tonight. It will give some squally, damaging winds in all areas for a short period of time. In Munster and Connacht winds will peak mid to late afternoon, depending on location and in Leinster and Ulster in the early evening. West to northwest winds 55 to 65 km/h will gust 100 to 110 km/h generally, but some gusts will reach up to 130 km/h in exposed locations.
  • Event: Severe Wind warning
  • Severity: Orange
  • Valid from: Sat. 15/12 @ 2PM
  • Valid to: Sat. 15/12 @ 11PM
  • Affected Areas: Ireland

No SMS was issued for this alert.

A Level Orange Severe Wind warning alert for Monaghan has already been issued by SMS within the past 24 hours, so no SMS was issued this time around. It is likely that Met Eireann changed the start/end time of the weather warning from the original version and these updated start/end times are included above. The Council will only send an SMS if they havent already done so for a unique weather event within the previous 24 hours. Otherwise, follow up alerts with changed start/end times will be sent by email/app only.



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Written by: Monaghan County Council Categories: Severe Weather Warning, Monaghan County Council

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