Saving the Clones investors

I’ve moved most of the original contents of this post to Ulster Canal 13.

I mentioned elsewhere that the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs is known to some people as Craggy Island. Wikipedia tells us that

The real Craggy Island seen from helicopter shots is Inisheer.

And we learn in today’s Irish Times that Craggy Island is helping to provide subsidised electric cars on the Aran Islands including Inisheer (Inis Oirr), the “real Craggy Island”.

In other news

My most recent email to the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs about the funding of the canal has not yet had a response.

My Freedom of Information request to the Department of Community, Equality and Gaeltacht Affairs about the funding of the canal has been acknowledged.

2 responses to “Saving the Clones investors

  1. Good afternoon,

    How do I, or may I access the new Failte Ireland Lakelands and Inland Waterways Strategic Plan”
    11.50: Presentation by Brian Cassells, Past President of the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland, to “identify how the development of the canal system and marina infrastructure in Cavan, Leitrim and Fermanagh has benefited local businesses and communities” and how “local Clones people can maximise the opportunities from a similar new marina facility in Clones”

    Still prepping for our journey & investment in the tourism indusrty of Eire.
    Cheers,

    Richard C. Pike
    http://www.richardpike.ca
    email: richardpike@dominionlending.ca
    Ph: 709.596.5tfc (5832)
    Fax: 709.596.6tfc (6832)
    Blog: http://richardpike72@wordpress.com
    Foodies: http://recipes.sparkpeople.com/cookbooks.asp?cookbook=132621
    e-mail: smokingrillcafe@yahoo.co.uk

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