Artwork commissioned for Georges’s Street

One of my questions in Septembers Municipal District meeting was

“Why were the councillors who had used their allocation of monthly motions/questions to find out where the artwork commissioned for Georges’s Street in 2009, since left in storage, not invited to or even made aware of a visit facilitated by the council, to which traders from George’s Street (on whose behalf the councillors had previously presented their motions), the municipal district engineer, the Arts Officer and one councillor (who hadn’t raided the issue in the lifetime of this council) were invited to see artworks in their current state?

Here is the report issued by Tadhg McDonnell, Director of Services. “The Councillors in question did not request a visit to the foundry. If they had, they could have been facilitated. I have not yet visited the foundry, but do intend to do so in the future. If any other Councillors wishes to be included in that visit, I will arrange same.