Tara's future

If it were a Traveller site, superdump, or a succession of mobile phone masts that were being proposed for the Tara Skryne valley, you can rest assured that the Navan Chamber of Commerce and the Meath County Council would be pleading with us to prote

29th January, 2005

If it were a Traveller site, superdump, or a succession of mobile phone masts that were being proposed for the Tara Skryne valley, you can rest assured that the Navan Chamber of Commerce and the Meath County Council would be pleading with us to protect the historical landscape of Tara.

Rossa O Snodaigh, South Circular Road, Dublin 8.

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