Dáil Éireann - Volume 399 - 13 June, 1990
Written Answers. - Kildare Sewerage Scheme.
Mr. Durkan Mr. Durkan
72. Mr. Durkan asked the Minister for the Environment if he has agreed with Kildare County Council in regard to the proposals for the Kill sewerage scheme; if final proposals have been submitted by Kildare County Council; if costings have been done; if he expects to provide for this scheme in the 1991 Estimates, having regard to the serious threat of pollution; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
Minister for the Environment (Mr. Flynn) Minister for the Environment (Mr. Flynn)
Minister for the Environment (Mr. Flynn): I approved Kildare County Council's proposals in relation to the Kill sewerage scheme including the extension of the scheme to serve Johnstown. I have already made an initial allocation of £234,210, and a further allocation to cover the Johnstown extension will be made on receipt of further documentation from the council. This scheme will eliminate any local pollution of receiving waters.
Dáil Éireann 399 Written Answers. Kildare Sewerage Scheme.