Limerick county house prices to rise 5% in 2021 Limerick city house prices rise 4.9% as time to sell falls NewsHousing127 Mid West children homelessBy Alan Jacques – June 11, 2018 2002 Students warned of rental scams in Limerick Linkedin Advertisement WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Print Covid crisis impacts building of new homes in Limerick Email SIXTY-six families with 127 children were homeless in the Mid-West in April this year, according to the latest figures from the Department of Housing.There were 89 adults, 43 of these single-parent families, homeless in the region during April.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The total number of children homeless across the State came to 3,689.“While homeless figures for April show a very slight decrease they are still alarmingly high but the most concerning aspect is the increase in the number of children who are without a home. This is a scandal,” Labour Party Housing spokesperson, Jan O’Sullivan said.“These children are in truly precarious situations, along with their families in many cases with nowhere to play, far from their friends and school and filled with an anxiety about the future that no child should have to endure.”These figures, Deputy O’Sullivan insists, brings more urgency to the need to implement the kind of measures she presented on behalf of the Labour Party to the Dáil last week to prevent families from losing their homes and also to see the Government progress the Housing (Homeless Families) Bill which would ensure the needs of children whose families are homeless are addressed.“As we shine a light on the wrongs done to children in the past, we must find real solutions to the plight of the children of the present whose lives are blighted by being homeless,” she concluded.Commenting on the figures, Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy, said: “The report for April shows a reduction in the number of adults and families accessing emergency accommodation, which is welcome. I have said before that monthly reporting makes it difficult to identify any developing trends at an early stage, but from these figures, it would seem that the presentation of new families into emergency accommodation is stabilising.“That said, while the number of families in emergency accommodation is down this month, a small number of families with a large number of children did present, meaning that the number of dependents has risen by 43.”Read more housing stories here. Facebook Mortgage payment break for local authority home loan borrowers will be extended by a further three months Previous articleWin cinema ticketsNext articleThrowing the book at Limerick schoolboy soccer Alan Jacqueshttp://www.limerickpost.ie TAGSDeputy Jan O’Sullivaneoghan murphyhomelesshomelessnessHousingJan O’Sullivan TDpolitics Average Limerick city house prices rise 2.5% in past year
In first singles, Krista Feeney set the tone for the Northstars, beating Katelyn Perkins 6-1, 6-2. Cambrie Hibbard had a 6-1, 6-1 win over Ana Marroquin-Aguilar as Sara Cartier defeated Jasmine Fauler 6-1, 6-3.Angel Languaphay and Karly Williams won 6-3, 7-5 over Madison Hotchkiss and Leah Kingsbury in first doubles. Eve Campitello and Olivia Cerio got past Olivia Cunningham and Alexis Ingersoll 6-2, 6-2.Though Abigail Bustin and Lauren Misco had a 6-2, 6-7, 7-6 defeat to Alexis Barth and Madelyn Delano, Sandy Lin and Emily Pilz got a point for C-NS by topping Kaitlin Cingerman and Gracie Dempsey 7-5, 6-1.Then the Northstars made it back-to-back wins on Tuesday by blanking Syracuse East 7-0. Williams was in the closest singles match, but survived a second-set tie-breaker to top Roshika Sharma 6-0, 7-6.Feeney and Hibbard also won in straight sets, while in doubles Cartier paired with Cerio to get a 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 victory over Rosealeenna George and Afiya Rahman. Languaphay joined Campitello to beat Eh Hso and Hsar Eh Soe 7-5, 6-4 as the teams of Bustin-Misco and Pilz-Brooke Ten Brink also got straight-set decisions.Neither win got C-NS to the Section III Class A team tournament, but Liverpool made it as the no. 4 seed in a seven-team field, having to challenge no. 5 seed Christian Brothers Academy, the winner to get top seed Fayetteville-Manlius in the semifinals.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: C-NSgirls tennisliverpool Wet weather did a number on many high school girls tennis schedules late in the regular season, with Liverpool seeing its match with Baldwinsville moved from Sept. 26 to last Thursday afternoon, only to see the rain interrupt things again.Before this, the Warriors faced West Genesee last Tuesday afternoon, and this long-time rivalry would turn in the Warriors’ favor as it fought its way to a 4-3 victory over the Wildcats.WG had prevailed 5-2 when they first met Sept. 12, but here the Warriors would claim three of four doubles matches, starting with Julia Schewe and Angelica Underwood beating Katie Anson and Margaret Mello 6-0, 6-2. Also in two sets, Diana Kozenyatko and Gabby Underwood worked past Alyssa Congel and Sophia Lowry 6-1, 6-4, and the key point came when, in three sets, Kelly Geiwitz and Megan Polhamus beat out Kara Chawgo and Isabelle Wells 6-2, 2-6, 6-3.Lea Prusinowski and Kaia Wallingford lost, 2-6, 6-4, 6-3, to Madelyn Chuff and Aislinn Dow, with Crystal Morgan and Olivia Magnarelli both dropping singles points. But Sarah Watkins earned the lone point the Warriors needed when she beat Angelina Allen 6-4, 6-2.Cicero-North Syracuse was able to play last Monday afternoon against Fulton and controlled matters from the outset on the way to defeating the Red Raiders 6-1.