There is a need for Mayo county council to set aside up to 200,000 euro a year specifically to be used on the restoration of footpaths across the county.

That’s the view of Ballina Fine Gael councillor John O’Hara.

He says that would mean that at least, 50,000 euro would be available annually for the restoration of footpaths in each Municipal District area.

Councillor O’Hara believes the allocation could actually save money for Mayo county council, as it is likely that insurance compensation payments against the authority over people falling and injuring themselves on broken pavement would be reduced.

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