Tralee Chamber Alliance appeals to Kerry County Councillors to secure the future of Court Services in Tralee
Tralee Chamber Alliance is appealing to Kerry County Councillors to secure the future of the Court Services in Tralee at either the existing Courthouse on Ashe Street or at a suitable alternative site in Tralee. It is also asking for transparency around discussions pertaining to the conversation between the Court Service and Kerry County Council.
Speaking on the matter, Colette O’Connor, Chief Executive of Tralee Chamber Alliance commented:
“We are asking councillors to ensure that the court service remains in the town of Tralee. The business generated from the service into the local area, particularly the town centre, is a vital part of the economic wellbeing of not just Tralee itself but the greater North Kerry area. To have it under any question is hugely concerning to Tralee Chamber Alliance. There has been much debate around the issues facing the current building and while the Chamber does not have all the facts relating to this matter, let me be clear, that to have the service removed from Tralee would be devastating from a business point of view.
We have spoken about access and connectivity into the town centre constantly over the past twelve months. It is also vital to protect existing amenities and services that will ensure the future growth of business in Tralee. Any threat to the Court Service remaining in the town needs to be dealt with in a measured way that will ensure the interest of all the stakeholders here in Tralee.”
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