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Hank Scorpio

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Just laughing at you calling people angry m8.

Youre the angriest poster Ive seen im quite some time.


As for making a submission on the cycle lane by Fitzpatricks? Why would I? I dont live by there m8.

The owners of the business have tried to engage with the council and have been largely ignored.

As a customer I can say they've made a complete balls of it. Nothing new for the Cork planning department.
 
Just laughing at you calling people angry m8.

Youre the angriest poster Ive seen im quite some time.


As for making a submission on the cycle lane by Fitzpatricks? Why would I? I dont live by there m8.

The owners of the business have tried to engage with the council and have been largely ignored.

As a customer I can say they've made a complete balls of it. Nothing new for the Cork planning department.

So, you don't live there but you are a customer? More fibs?

If you actually read the article, the council did engage with the shop owners and gave them back car park spaces... again more fibs by yourself.
 

TheOutdoorThreadmill

Poster of Savage Greatness.
So, you don't live there but you are a customer? More fibs?

If you actually read the article, the council did engage with the shop owners and gave them back car park spaces... again more fibs by yourself.
I don't live near there either but any time I pass I will call in, they have a fantastic bakery.
 
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Perhaps, but you might note I said when passing. Now I appreciate that someone that has so much time invested on an internet cycling thread might find that a difficult concept, so I won't expand on it.
Good. Not fantastic. Tbh, we get them in work quite a bit and they're grand.

Saying that, I may call in some time when i'm passing on my bike to pick up a cake do. That path is excellent, bout time they tidied up the pure abandonment of cars out the front.
 
Apparently, there were loads of near misses and accidents there before they were put in the shared path.
Some people cannot abide the fact that every single piece of public space cannot make way for their private car or their private business.
 

TheOutdoorThreadmill

Poster of Savage Greatness.
Some people cannot abide the fact that every single piece of public space cannot make way for their private car or their private business.
Nonsense, Fitzpatricks have been on that road for 80 years, they are intitled to trade and people need to park outside for them to do that. They are providing a good local service. They were only looking for a small bit of common sense from the council to reduce the width.
 

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