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Kerry mosque decision delayed while call to prayer plan clarified
A decision on planning permission for a mosque in Tralee, Co Kerry has been delayed pending confirmation on whether a call to prayer public address system is to be included in a 23 metre tall minaret attached to the building.
The application, the second in recent years, was lodged with Kerry County Council on behalf of the Kerry Islamic Cultural Centre in April.
The proposal concerns a 2.24 acre site in a business park at Killerisk, on the eastern edge of Tralee. The business park contains an Eircom exchange and is bounded by housing.
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