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Long-awaited Kerry greenway stalls at amber amid land issue

32-kilometre coastal greenway has been beset by severe delays

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

27th March, 2016
Mary O' Connor from Waterville gives her son-in-law minister Alan Kelly a push after he turned the first sod in 2014

A sod has yet to be turned on a Co Kerry greenway which was given government funding in 2014, with the aim of work starting as soon as possible.

The stalled progress in Glenbeigh is in stark contrast to the situation in Waterford, where a coastal greenway which was granted funding at the same time is nearing completion.

The Waterford greenway, which will run to Dungarvan, is set to become a major tourist attraction.

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