BROCHURE PUSHING LETTERKENNY’S INDUSTRY HUB TO BE LAUNCHED

first_imgA brochure pushing Letterkenny as County Donegal’s centre for business, commerce and industry is to be launched next week.The brochure is the brainchild of Letterkenny Town Council in conjunction with Donegal County Council and Donegal County Development Board.The brochure showcases the benefits of Letterkenny as a setting for industry, in particular its status as a joint gateway with Derry under the National Spatial Strategy. It will also include testimonials from industry leaders which further underlines Letterkenny’s credentials as a place to do business.The brochure will be officially launched by Mayor of Letterkenny Dessie Larkin next Tuesday, July 31st at 5pm in the Letterkenny Town Council offices. BROCHURE PUSHING LETTERKENNY’S INDUSTRY HUB TO BE LAUNCHED was last modified: July 26th, 2012 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:brochureDonegal County CouncilLetterkenny Town Councillast_img read more

July 25 2006 A major storm disabled TodayArco

first_imgJuly 25, 2006 A major storm disabled [email protected] On the week-end before last, excitement continued from the Italian Night event on Saturday to a horrific monsoon thunderstorm Sunday evening. It was raining and hailing so hard, one could not see what was happening. Intense wind was coming from all directions at once and damage was only visible once the storm was past. There was some minor tornado activity with selective touchdowns in various locations at the Arcosanti site. The storm center tore apart the blue wall with the Arcosanti lettering, at the entrance to the Visitors Center. Nothing else around it was touched. The 5′ cinderblock wall in the keystone area, which was set up to protect the archive air-conditioning unit, was completely blown apart and at least half of the cinder blocks were broken, but there was not a scratch on the air-conditioning unit. [Photo & text: sa] The roof of the equipment shed was bent up, some of the roof panels torn of and flung into various corners of the recycling area. [Photo & text: sa] The Colly Soleri amphitheater tent was ripped badly, just after so much work has gone into major repair. A series of water-heating panels behind the East Crescent complex were flipped up and over, and there was a lot of minor damage all over the site. All in all we were very lucky. [Photo & text: sa]last_img read more