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Council asking people to remain in family pods for County Clean Up

May 21, 2021 08:05 By radiokerrynews
Council asking people to remain in family pods for County Clean Up Council asking people to remain in family pods for County Clean Up
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Kerry County Council is asking people to remain in family pods for this year's County Clean Up.

The week-long clean up, which begins on tomorrow (Saturday May 22nd), is an altered version of the annual County Clean Up initiative, taking into account public health guidelines.

Director of Services John Breen says the council is encouraging people to assist with the clean up, however, it should be done strictly in accordance with COVID-19 guidelines.

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He says people should remain in family pods and not congregate during the clean up, which is being held with the support of KWD.

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