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Flooding crisis: Cabinet agrees extra €10 million for clean-up operation

Additional funding brings total allocation to €18 million

5th January, 2016
Enda Kenny chairs meeting with agencies

The cabinet has signed off on €10 million of extra funding to help local authorities pay for the massive clean up.

It brings the total allocation to €18m, but it is estimated that the final cost on road works will run into tens of millions.

It is also estimated that the cost of repairing roads and bridges will be in the region of €60m.

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