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Meath County Council issues list of abandoned cars

Friday, 14th April, 2017 10:57am

Story by Ann Casey
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Meath County Council issues list of abandoned cars
Meath County Council issues list of abandoned cars

Meath County Council is preparing to tackle the problem of abandoned cars around the county and has issued a list of vehicles they deemed abandoned.

The Council has issued a notice saying that if you are the owner of one of these vehicles, you must move it or it will be removed and destroyed.

01D26956 Mill Tree Crescent, Ratoath 

99WW5123 Lackanash, Trim 

03MH2336 Kenlis Place Car Park, Kells

99D31609 Bailis Manor

99KK707 Kilbreck, Stamullen

99D20405 Academy Street, Navan

03KE2184 Academy Street, Navan

97D47172 Station Road, Alverno Tce, Laytown

01D20371 Colpe Ave. Cul de Sac, Deepforde, Drogheda

01D47479 Bettystown Village, outside Hair Salon

06D4632 Entrance Road to Supple Hall, Dunshaughlin

04KY4951 The Paddocks, Clonmagadden

98D7265 Tailteann Drive

01D41077 Tailteann Drive

01D56542 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek  

04CN1256 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek 

02D22132 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek 

00WX2795 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek 

00WW1908 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek 

02WW5560 Bathe Abbey housing estate, Navan road, Duleek 

Are you affected by issue of abandoned cars? Let us know ann.casey@meathchronicle.ie

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