09/11/2011

Dublin Prepares For Cold Snap

Dublin City Council has revealed a plan to make the city winter-ready.

Last year snow and ice caused problems on the city's roads and footpaths.

Over 2,350 tonnes of salt has been stockpiled and 1,155 more tonnes is being sought from the National Roads Authority to keep streets free of snow and ice.

Last year's cold snap seen wide spread chaos in the city.

(GK)


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