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Muff landowner praised at sod-cutting ceremony 21.11.07

A Muff landowner was praised yesterday for providing a greenfield site in the border village for a much-needed voluntary housing project.
Jack Dinsmore was lauded for his "invaluable contribution" to the people of his community, at the sod-cutting ceremony for the €4.5m Muff Voluntary Housing Project.
Senator Cecilia Keaveney attended the ceremony and described the project as a “great achievement".
Senator Cecilia Keaveney. “I was delighted to be in attendance at the sod cutting for the Voluntary Housing Project in Muff as I feel that this is a great achievement for the people of the Muff area.
"The recent Government funding of € 4,529,834 allocated to the project recognises and values the contribution of all involved and I commend all their hard work," said Senator Keaveney.
A number of successful voluntary housing projects are currently operating throughout the Inishowen peninsula in areas such
as Moville, Clonmany, Malin and Carndonagh.
Senator Keaveney said she was sure Muff would also prove highly successful. She singled Mr. Dinsmore out for special praise.
"Jack Dinsmore has made an invaluable contribution to the people of his community in the provision of this field for such an invaluable project. "The new development in Muff will hopefully encourage further progress in the area of voluntary housing in Donegal and I wish the group all the best for the future.
"We are all looking forward to the day the key is turned on this wonderful building," added Senator Keaveney.
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