Heritage ‘silence’ on Tara motorway decision

The inability of two senior heritage officials to attend and give evidence to the Oireachtas Environment Committee hearing on the proposed M3 (Clonee to Kells) motorway is of serious concern on two levels.

5th February, 2005

The inability of two senior heritage officials to attend and give evidence to the Oireachtas Environment Committee hearing on the proposed M3 (Clonee to Kells) motorway is of serious concern on two levels.

First, the evidence of the Director of the National Museum and the Chief State Archaeologist is of crucial importance to the Environment Committee's efforts to help towards the resolution of a controversy that is of major concern both to our national heritage,...

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