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A Tale of Two Cities (or at least two opposite ends of the very same town)

The Beagle Editor, My wife fell over in Orient Street near Dan Murphys because there is no foot path.

Council has allowed Dan Murphys to put in a new building and as a result the footpath was dug up last year.

They also own the land next door that they have now left with derelict buildings and construction fence.

Why has this been allowed?

The whole end of the street is a disgrace yet the other end of Orient is paved in marble, abstract art and trees.

I called the council and no one knows anything about it.

Can you address this in the Beagle. Thank you Michael Messenger

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