COUNCILLORS in Limerick’s Metropolitan District believe there is an urgent need for community centres in the city and have urged council officials to visit St Munchin’s Resource Centre to see how they can emulate its success in other urban areas.
Solidarity councillor Paul Keller called for urgent action in getting a community centre established in Garryowen.
Fianna Fail councillor Kieran O’Hanlon said the council needed to be more active and felt that finding a greenfield site was the best solution for a community centre in Garryowen.
Party colleague Jerry O’Dea pointed out that the people in the area deserved a “purpose built facility”.
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