Tralee Town Council is in the clear over infill work in The Town Park late last year. The Environmental Protection Agency says it`s happy with the approach taken by The Town Council. The agency began an investigation last month on foot of a complaint about the work. Tralee Town Council admitted that builders’ rubble was used when infill work was carried out last autumn to curb flooding. The Council had been asked for a report by the EPA after a complaint was made about what was used for the infill.Last month, the agency said it would decide if a licence should have been secured before the work was done. Now the e EPA says the matter is closed and it has no further investigating to do. Meanwhile, the first steps towards a charter have been taken with an invitation for submissions from the public. The Save the Green Campaign pushed for the charter last summer after a row over the use of the park for amusements during The Rose of Tralee.
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