October 3rd e-mail to Police Commissioner Pat Byrne
(Woodlawn House & Celtic Waste superdump)

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To: Newbridge Anti-Superdump Committee) ; Mr. Vincent Costello (Bullaun/New Inn Anti-Superdump Committee) ; Mr. David McGann (New Inn Community Council Representative) ; Galway Safe Environment Group ; Dunkellen Group (Woodlawn) ; Dunkellen Group (New Inn) ; Dunkellen Group (Bullaun) ; Portumna ; Loughrea ; Ballinasloe ; Athenry ; Tuam ; Connacht Tribune Editor (Mr. John Cunningham) ; Galway Advertiser Editor (Mr. Declan Varley) ; Keith Finnegan at Galway Bay FM (local radio) ; Ireland On Sunday ; Irish Emigrant Newspaper ; Irish Examiner Newspaper ; Irish Independent Newspapers (Unison Group) ; RTE (Irish National TV Station) ; Sunday Business Post ; TG4 (Irish Language Station, Republic of Ireland) ; The Irish Times ; Tuam Herald ; TV3 (Republic of Ireland) ; TIME Magazine ; Reuters ; Guardian Newspaper (UK) ; CNN ; BBC NEWS ; Associated Press
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2002 10:06 PM
Subject: Fw: Woodlawn and the Celtic Waste superdump
 
 
----- Original Message -----
 
Sent: Thursday, October 03, 2002 7:57 PM
Subject: Woodlawn and the Celtic Waste superdump
 
Dear Commissioner Byrne,
 
Front page headlines on today's local newspaper relate that a company called Celtic Waste applied last Friday to Galway County Council for planning permission to built a superdump within a mile or so of Woodlawn House (a local heritage site).
 
I wrote to Mr Gemelli at the European Union about this matter on September 7th last and it appears that he is completely ignoring my letter.
 
As I suspect criminal activity of the kind associated with "political/legal/corporate" corruption, I would be grateful if you would look into the matter of why Mr Gemelli is failing to respond to my letter to him of September 7th 2002.  A copy of the text of my letter to Mr. Gemelli - together with details of the Post Office registered letter information - can be seen at the following internet location:
 
I look forward to receiving a written explanation from you within the coming 14 days please.
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Mr William Finnerty.
 
Postal address:  "St Albans", New Inn, Ballinasloe, County Galway.
 

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