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cavan | environment | press release Tuesday August 10, 2004 14:00 by M. Lynch - Red Branch Heritage redbranch at oceanfree dot net
"Company act in bad faith"
Cavan quarry owners John Nulty Limited have failed to forward a planning application for a quarry extension to Cavan County Council, despite earlier indications they would do so.
Red Brach Heritage have expressed dismay at the apparent failure of quarry company John Nulty Limited to lodge planning papers with Cavan County Council for a quarry extension at Ardkill More mountain, Carrickaboy, County Cavan.