Road closures for Great Limerick Run

first_imgLinkedin THE Great Limerick Run will take place in the city this Sunday, May 1, and many road closures will be in place.The following will be fully or partially closed at various stages in the day;Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Pery square: Full closure from 7am to 2pm – No parkingHartstonge Street: Full closure from 7am to 2pm – No parkingBarrington Street: Full closure from 7am to 2pm- No parkingCatherine Place: Full closure from 7am to 2pm – No parkingCanal Bank: Partial closure from Hymies Boreen to Park Road from 7am 12 noonMill Lane: Full closure from 10am to 2.30pm – No parkingRussell’s Quay, Bishop’s Quay, Howley’s Quay and Harvey’s Quay: Full closure from 10am to 2.30pm – No parking, No left turn crossing Shannon Bridge to city centre along the quaysHonans Quay to intersection with Liddy St: Full closure from 10am to 2.30pm – No parkingSarsfield Street: from Henry Street to Bridge, Full closure from 10am to 4pm – No parkingSarsfield Bridge: Full closure from 10am to 4pm – No parkingClancy Strand: Full closure from 10am to 2.30pm – No parkingLower Shelbourne Road from Ennis Road to NCRd. at Ard Scoil Ris: Partial closure from 10am to 3.30pm, right lane heading away from Ennis RoadNorth Circular Road from Lower Shelbourne Road to Roses Ave: Full closure from 10am to 3.30pm, parking permittedNorth Circular Road Road between Roses Ave and Westfield Park: Full closure from 10am to 3.30pm – Parking permittedNorth Circular Road from Westfield Park to Lower Shelbourne Road: Full closure from 10am to 3.30pm – Parking permittedNorth Circular Road, from Lower Shelbourne Road to O’Callaghan Strand: Full closure from 10am to 3.30pm – Parking permittedO’Callaghan Strand: Full closure from 10am to 3.30pm, parking permittedSarsfield Street, from Liddy Street to O’Connell Street: Partial closure of right lane from 10am to 4pmO’Connell Street from William Street to Cecil Street intersection: Full closure from 9am to 5pm, no parkingRoche’s Street, from Catherine Street to O’Connell Street: Full closure from 9am to 5pm – No parkingShannon Street, from Henry Street to O’Connell Street: Full closure from 9am to 5pm, no parkingShannon Street, from Henry Street to O’Connell Street: Full closure from 9am to 5pm – No parkingIn addition to the above restrictions the following additional roads will have no parking restrictions in place:Upper Mallow Street: Both sides of street from 7am to 2pmBoherbuoy Across from FAS / City Park area: 7am to 11.30amO’Connell Avenue: Punch’s Cross to Quin Street inbound lane to city: 7am to 2pmQuin Street: Both sides of street from 7am to 2pmParnell Street: parking lane across from railway side, from 7am to 1pmLiddy Street: former Dunnes side, from 10am to 2.30pmHigh Road: left side heading towards Thomond Park, away from city, from 10am to 2.30pmSexton St North: left side heading towards Thomond Park, away from city, from 10am to 2.30pmOld Cratloe Road: across from Thomond Park from 10am to 2.30pmEnnis Road: Ivans to Shelbourne Cross – Inbound lane from 10am to 3pmLower Cecil Street: Across from GPO side from 7am to 5pm Facebook Twitter Advertisement Printcenter_img NewsLocal NewsRoad closures for Great Limerick RunBy admin – April 27, 2011 995 Email WhatsApp Previous articleLimerick highest for burst pipe claimsNext articleAndy Lee to face “The Technician” adminlast_img read more

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Vermont Electric Cooperative introduces Green Team program

first_imgVermont Electric Cooperative, Inc,Vermont Electric Cooperative (VEC) introduced a voluntary renewable pricing program today which provides a convenient way for VEC members to support green energy projects in its northern Vermont service territory. VEC’s Green Team program gives VEC members a way to promote small scale energy development including solar, wind, and hydropower projects by making voluntary, fixed monthly contributions when paying their electric bills.Both residential and commercial members of the Co-op are eligible to join the VEC Green Team. When signing up, members may choose from one of three fixed monthly contribution levels. The highest level reflects the incremental cost that an average consumer would pay on their electric bill if their entire supply of electricity was generated by renewable power sources.The highest fixed monthly contribution option is called the Fancy level. Green Team members wishing to make smaller donations may choose the Grade A level or the Grade B level which are calculated at fifty and twenty-five percent of the Fancy level, respectively.By way of example, a residential consumer choosing to participate at the Fancy Level would see an additional charge of eighteen dollars on their monthly electric bill; at the Grade B level the additional charge would be four dollars and fifty cents per month.All funds collected by VEC through the Green Team program will be transferred to Vermont’s Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF) to promote the development and deployment in VEC’s service territory of cost effective and environmentally sustainable electric power resources.  Initially, these funds will be administered through the CEDF’s Small Scale Renewable Energy Incentive Program.‘Many VEC members tell us that they are willing to pay more for electricity if it’s green,’ said VEC spokesperson Liz Gamache. ‘By partnering with the CEDF to deliver this voluntary program, we are able to provide a simple and convenient way for VEC members to support renewable energy in our region through the Green Team program.’Since its inception in 2003 the Small Scale Renewable Energy Program has supported 1,129 projects in Vermont with a total installed cost of $23.3 million. This very popular program provides rebates to individuals, businesses, farms, municipalities and multi-family low income housing projects for grid connected and net metered solar electric and small wind systems, solar hot water, and small-scale hydropower systems.  ‘VEC’s collaboration with the CEDF provides us with a cost effective way to provide VEC members with a green energy program. By using existing programs, we have been able to work together to avoid duplicating efforts,’ continued Gamache.To contribute or learn more, VEC members may call VEC at 800-832- 2667 or go to the company  website: www.vermontelectric.coop/renewable-energy/vec-green-team(link is external)last_img read more

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