Hopes for improved Mungret bus service

first_imgWhatsApp Local backlash over Aer Lingus threat TAGSLimerick City and Countynational transport associationNewsNTApoliticsTransport TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Print Housing 37 Compulsory Purchase Orders issued as council takes action on derelict sites Twitter Linkedin Email Cllr Dan McSweeney, Fine Gael. Photo: Cian ReinhardtMUNGRET, Ballybrown and Clarina and could soon be benefitting from an improved public bus service.This follows a motion from Fine Gael councillor Dan McSweeney at a recent meeting of the Limerick City and County Council’s Travel and Transportation Strategic Policy Committee where he asked the council to engage with the National Transport Authority (NTA) to secure improved bus services for the area.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The City West representative was informed that the local authority is actively engaging with the NTA in the development of the Limerick Shannon Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy.“Baseline studies and projected growth for population centres in Ballybrown, Clarina and Patrickswell will form the basis for consultation between Bus Éireann and NTA for appropriate bus services to meet the demand,” a Council spokesperson explained.Cllr McSweeney told the committee that there are currently four services connecting Clarina to Limerick City Monday to Friday from 8am to 5.15pm. The service is reduced to two times a day on Saturdays and one on Sundays.“Upon your return from Limerick City you have four bus services commencing at 1.35pm with last service at 5.40pm and similarly these services reduce to two on a Saturday and one on a Sunday.“One of the major issues surrounding the return bus route is timing. Many students travelling to secondary schools, completing after school study and those working in Limerick City centre are unable to use public transport due to there being no later bus service,” Cllr McSweeney explained.He also pointed out that Mungret has been promised an extended bus service for a number of years and is still waiting for it.“Mungret has grown significantly over the last number of years with additional housing and new schools and these public transport plans have still not materialised. The improvement of the Clarina bus service will be able to work hand in hand with the provision of improved bus services for Mungret,” he concluded.center_img Previous articleLimerick woman to lead hotel industry through challenging timesNext articleStorm Jorge brings Orange Weather Warning this weekend Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsPoliticsTransportHopes for improved Mungret bus serviceBy Alan Jacques – February 27, 2020 579 Limerick on Covid watch list Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Is Aer Lingus taking flight from Shannon? Facebook Advertisementlast_img read more

PEANUT BUTTER PASSION

first_img Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies Are… You Might Like HOMECOMING PRIDE Charles Henderson High School Homecoming Queen Deja smiled and waved to paradegoers Friday afternoon as she stood behind her court…. read more Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Bryan is well known around this neck of the woods for her chocolate pies topped with meringues that peaks at about six inches. So, she was a bit hesitant to alter her original and “secret” recipe by adding peanut butter in order to compete in the annual contest.“Several friends insisted that I enter the contest but I didn’t want to ruin a chocolate pie by adding peanut butter,” Bryan said with a smile. “I like peanut butter and I like it with chocolate in Reese’s Pieces but I didn’t think chocolate/peanut butter pie filling would be good with a meringue.”When she entered the pie in the competition, Bryan announced that she has “just ruined a chocolate pie.” Sponsored Content Email the author By The Penny Hoarder Book Nook to reopen Published 8:00 pm Monday, October 28, 2013 Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Skip Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration This pair on a bicycle built for two prove that nothing goes together better with peanut butter than jelly. The PB&J sandwich cyclists were part of the annual Nutter Butter Parade Saturday.Annual festival attracts nutty folks, winnersThousands of people, some in costume, some not, turned out for the annual Peanut Butter Festival in Brundidge on Saturday to participate in a 5K, watch the Nutter Butter Parade, sample interesting peanut butter sandwiches and catch a glimpse of artisans demonstrating their crafts – such as basket weaving and cane juice making.Among Saturday’s activities was the judging of the annual peanut butter recipe contest. Annette Bryan of Brundidge won the overall blue ribbon at the Peanut Butter Recipe contest held in conjunction with the 23rd Peanut Butter Festival in Brundidge Saturday. Well, that “ruined” chocolate/peanut butter pie took first place honors in the pie category of the Peanut Butter Recipe Contest and then the blue ribbon as the overall best recipe in the contest.“I was shocked,” Bryan said. “I never thought about winning. I just wanted to support the Festival.”Bryan and her original chocolate/peanut butter pie recipe will be featured in an upcoming edition of Blue Ribbon Hunter, a web-based food show on Yahoo.com.Courtney Kierce, Blue Ribbon Hunter senior supervising producer, and a film crew were in Brundidge Saturday to film the Peanut Butter Recipe Contest and other peanut butter events at the Festival. Latest Stories Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits PEANUT BUTTER PASSION Print Article By Jaine Treadwell Tammy Powell, a member of the sponsoring Brundidge Study Club, said more than 40 entries competed for blue ribbons in five categories – cakes, cookies, candies, pies and miscellaneous in both the adult and youth categories.The blue ribbon winners were Bryan, overall winner; Kendra Hetrick, adult cakes; Chelsey Holland, youth cakes; Susan Duckworth, adult candy; Leah Grace Qualls, youth candy; Kate Taylor, adult cookies; Weston Brown, youth cookies; Annette Bryan, adult pies; Audrey Law, youth pies; and Grace Lsuwarata, miscellaneous, coconut peanut butter curry.“It’s amazing that cooks are able to keep coming up with so many different ways to use peanut butter in recipes,” Powell said. “The different ingredients used in combination with peanut butter are different and they are good.”Powell expressed appreciation to all of those who entered the annual Peanut Butter Recipe and encouraged cooks to begin looking for different ways to use peanut butter in recipes in anticipation of next year.“The year, we had a Blue Ribbon Hunter winner and who knows what recognition will come to next year’s winner,” she said. 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