Investigation launched after threatening graffiti daubed on City Hall

first_imgNew Music: 40Hurtz Advertisement TAGScity hallgraffitiMusic Limerickrsu armed garda Email Previous articleThief arrived to court with stolen cosmeticsNext articleNew legislation to help protect children against sexual abuse Staff Reporter Linkedin WhatsApp Andrew CareySign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up [email protected] members of the Garda Regional Response Unit were called to City Hall last Thursday morning after what was described as “threatening graffiti” was discovered daubed on an external wall of the local authority headquarters.Gardaí are reviewing CCTV footage and continuing their investigations on the basis that the material was of an offensive nature and indirect threats had been made against persons.The black text graffiti was immediately covered up by council workers who used plastic sheets and wooden battens to prevent the material been seen by members of the public and visitors to the area.A senior Garda source said that the graffiti daubed on the wall of the Council building was being treated very seriously.It read, “Dear Karma, I have a list of people that you missed”. It was signed MIB.The operation to remove the text had been hampered due to the type of residue left by the paint.It is understood that the wall cannot be sandblasted to remove the graffiti.Costs to remove the offensive material are estimated to be over €2,000 but the area has been painted temporarily to hide the graffiti. Print #HearThis: New music and video from Limerick rapper Strange Boy center_img NewsInvestigation launched after threatening graffiti daubed on City HallBy Staff Reporter – December 17, 2013 1440 Emma Langford shortlisted for RTE Folk Award and playing a LIVE SHOW!!! this Saturday Celebrating a ground breaking year in music from Limerick Watch the streamed gig for Fergal Nash album launch RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR #SaucySoul: Room 58 – ‘Hate To See You Leave’ Twitter Facebooklast_img read more

Plenty of potential for future development of Brisbane home

first_img16 Landsborough Pl, Forest Lake.The family, who own a cabinetry making business, have added some special touches to the property.“It’s got some of our work throughout it,” Mrs McPherson said.She said her mum moved from Westlake to Forest Lake 16 years ago. “It was a new build at the time,” Mrs McPherson said. More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019“Mum enjoyed the yard, she liked gardening.” 16 Landsborough Pl, Forest Lake. 16 Landsborough Pl, Forest Lake.A beautifully kept Forest Lake home, once owned by Patricia McPherson’s mum, will be taken to auction later this month. Mrs McPherson’s mum passed away in September and the family have made the decision to sell the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home at 16 Landsborough Place on April 29. 16 Landsborough Pl, Forest Lake.While Mrs McPherson said she had a sentimental attachment to the home, she said she hoped another family would buy it.She said the home offered an exciting opportunity for buyers looking to design downstairs. With the foundations already in place, and only requiring the owner’s design and undertaking, there is plenty of potential for future development.Located in a private cul-de-sac, the property is a short distance to Forest Lake Shopping Centre, schools and public transport.Mrs McPherson said the home had a really warm and welcoming feel to it. “It’s got that homely touch,” she said. 16 Landsborough Pl, Forest Lake.Mrs McPherson said the family worked with the builder to create a reproduction style home. She said the home, on a 640sq m block, looked as good as it did 16 years ago when it was built.“It’s testament to that age, it’s got a timeless style,” she said.“Mum really loved this home, you can see it in the photos.”last_img read more

State Commission Awards Grants To Local Art Groups

first_imgGREENSBURG – Several area organizations promoting the arts will receive additional operating support through a grant program.The Indiana Arts Commission is dispersing a total of $92,160 to Southeast Indiana organizations represented by the Columbus Area Arts Council. These local organizations are receiving funding this grant cycle:ARC of Dearborn County – $4,080Arts and Cultural Council of Decatur County – $5,910Dearborn Highlands Arts Council – $6,895Greensburg High School – $4,080Historic Metamora – $4,080New Horizon Rehabilitation – $4,080Rural Alliance for the Arts – $6,895State Representatives Randy Frye and Cindy Ziemke will join the Columbus Area Arts Council for the Region 9 Grant Awards Ceremony Wednesday, August 28.  It will be held at the Greensburg Decatur County Public Library at 5 p.m.last_img read more