Waterford city council has been debating whether to spend the next three years debating whether it is appropriate to build a barrier between the city and its river and lake.
A wall would allow residents of the city to avoid water and pollution.
It is a debate that has been going on for several years now.
The council had originally planned to do so in 2021, but the city’s Waterford River Authority has told the council that it cannot do so now due to a new plan to build an inland waterway.
The council has also asked Waterford Council to consider whether the wall could be built further south in the city centre and, if so, whether this could help alleviate the pollution and pollution caused by the city water supply.
There is also a plan to add a new park to the river and a new bridge.
It would be a large investment of money, so if the council is going to spend it on this, it is the right thing to do.
It is a great opportunity for Waterford City Council, because the river is such an important part of the City of Waterford.
Waterford Council was previously given the go ahead to build the wall on its own.
But the river Authority was not able to agree to the wall being built on its terms and conditions, so the council decided to have the authority agree.
The authority agreed to give the council a full consultation period and provide a plan on what would be the cost of the wall.
The plan for the wall was announced last month and it is being considered by the council.
It was initially agreed that the wall would be built on an outer wall along the city boundary and the inner wall would have to be completed in 2020.
It had also been agreed that there would be an inner wall along one of the river channels and the outer wall would come down and be completed at the end of the year.
The city said that there were some minor modifications to the plans, but there was still a gap of up to five years between completion of the outer and inner walls.
However, the council said that this gap would be filled by a bridge.
A bridge would also be built in the coming years as part of a wider regeneration project in Waterford, which would also include the creation of a new waterway in the river.
It said that the waterway would run from St Marys to St Mary’s, and would provide access to the city.
However the council has said that it is now aware that the river will be affected by the dam that was built in 2019.
The Waterford Authority said that because of the nature of the dam and the nature and extent of the flooding in Waterfield in 2019, it has decided that the dam would not be built and the river would be protected.
It has also announced that a third project is being built which will protect the river for the next 30 years and would be in the process of being completed by 2021.
A third project would protect the rivers environment, and help to preserve its unique characteristics.
It will also involve a new pathway from St Margaret’s to St Patrick’s Street.
The River Authority said it will work with the council to determine if the water flow will continue.