Ballylongford residents who suffered extensive flood damage in the violent storms of last spring, say they’re fearful of a repeat occurrence during next month’s expected high tide. Twenty-six homes and a number of businesses in the village were badly damaged in February’s storms, but locals say not enough work has been done, to protect against future flooding. They’re due to meet Junior Finance Minister Simon Harris in the coming weeks to outline their concerns. Mary Kelly, whose home and butcher shop were badly damaged, says she’s terrified of the next high tide: [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27435/medium/”] Meanwhile, local Fine Gael councillor Liam Purtill, says he’s seeking funding for a more long-term solution: [audio_player src=”http://media.radiokerry.ie/mediamanager/embed/audio/27436/medium/”]
The Kerry ladies have lost to Cork this afternoon on a scoreline of 2-10 to 5-13. With a full-time report is Breda O'shea
Dr Ray Browne joined Jerry for an interview in the Killarney studio this morning. http://media.radiokerry.ie/upload/radiokerry/audio/bishop4.mp3
John Fogarty of the Irish Examiner previews tomorrow’s senior Munster Football Final between Kerry and Cork. He also discusses warnings about likely traffic delays...