Wednesday 14th January The Morning Show with Declan Meehan 10- 11am We spoke to Niall O’Connor, Political Correspondent about the plan for landlords to get tax relief to keep rents down and we discussed jobs plans for Wicklow with Councillor and Hotelier Pat Casey and Junior Finance Minister Simon Harris. We also heard the plans for childcare tax breaks from Daniel McConnell, Group Political Correspondent Irish Independent and we heard reaction to the perceived lack of effort and gritters from Wicklow County Council to deal with ice from Marian, listener from Rathdrum. 11- 12pm Mummy pages mum in residence Laura Haugh gave her view on the proposed tax breaks for childcare and explained why September birhs are so popular and we heard more of our listeners experiences with the gritters, including a very positive one. We also heard an update on the ongoing and unwelcome changes to the 145 bus route from regular public transport user and listener Mary Lavery and we spoke to water protestor in Arklow about her discontent with the mess left around her estate following meter installments that she didn’t agree to. We also heard why some water meters will need to be replaced as soon as 15 years time, from Juno McEnroe, Political Correspondent, Irish Examiner and Local Author David Butler dropped in to talk about his book the City of Dis.
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