A Cookstown councillor has called for more needy roads in the district to be addressed by Roads Service.
Ulster Unionist Councillor Robert Kelly said as an elected representative he feels that roads in the Cookstown District have been neglected with the result that they have fallen into disrepair.
Particularly bad, he said, are Bridger Street in Moneymore, as well as the Magherafelt Road heading out of the village and a number of rural roads in the Ballinderry ward.
The MAIL recently ran a story on Urbal Lane which was plagued by falling debris, potholes and flooding problems.
Read the full story in this week’s Mail.