Monaghan County Council Notices 12th December 2019

Temporary Closing Of Roads

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

Date of Closure:

Monday 6th January 2020 to Friday 31st January 2020.



8am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday (local access only).


To Facilitate:

Water Mains Rehabilitation Works on behalf of Irish Water.


Road Closed:                    

L-52311 Barrack Hill Glaslough.


Diversion Routes:

Via R185 Glaslough Road and Main Street.


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

F. McEntee

Head of Roads

12th December 2019



      Road Works Speed Limit Order

Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Road Traffic Act 2004 Section 10 (1) of the Council’s intention to put in place Special Speed Limits for Road Works on the road listed below in the Municipal District of Ballybay/Clones. The speed limit is being put in place in the interest of road safety to facilitate roadworks.      


50km/h speed limit signs will be in place at the following locations in the Municipal District of Ballybay/Clones.Townland Name Start DateEnd Date
LP2160:  For a distance of 1692m between its junction with the R187 Roslea Road and its junction with the N54.Clenlough, Gortmore North, Keenog, Eldron, Carrowbarra Island 




F. McEntee

Head of Roads

12th December 2019




Public Alert:

Cleaning of Reservoirs  to LERWSS

Irish Water and Monaghan County Council

Monaghan County Council on behalf of Irish Water wish to advise customers that Essential maintenance works will be taking place on the Clear water Reservoirs from Tuesday 17th December until Thursday 19th December, on the Lough Egish Regional Water Supply Scheme.


The following areas will be affected: Lough Egish, Latton, Rockcorry, Ballybay, Cremartin, Castleblayney, Cloghan, Annayalla, Tattyreagh, Cashel, Shantonnagh, Corkeeran, Carnaveagh, Clontibert, Aughnamullen, Carrickinare, Tasson and surrounding environs.


Cleaning is undertaken to improve the quality of water supplied to our customers. Customers will notice a temporary discolouration to their water, but this discolouration will clear when allowed to run for a few minutes.

Customers may also experience reduced pressure and interruptions to their supply for the duration of these works.

We regret any inconvenience caused.





Peadar Mc Guinness

Head of Water Services

9th December 2019





Local Government (Water Pollution) Regulations 1978


Discharge of Effluent to Waters – Licence Review


Notice is hereby given by Monaghan County Council of their intention to review Discharge Licence number WP 24/14 as held by Paul McCoy, T/A KM Healthcare Ltd, Castleross Nursing Home, Tullyvaragh, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan for the discharge of effluent to Ground Waters NB_06_911 from a premises located in Tullyvaragh, Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan.


All relevant documentation relating to the licence review is available for inspection at the offices of:


Monaghan County Council, Environment Section, Carrickmacross Civic Offices, Carrickmacross, Co.Monaghan, A81 RY22.


Representations relating to the licence review may be made in writing to Monaghan County Council within one month from today’s date.



Signed: Adge King

Director of Services