Books of Condolence Opened in Waterford
The Mayor of Waterford City and County Council, Cllr John Cummins today opened a book of condolence for the victims of Tuesday’s attacks in Brussels to allow the people of Waterford to express their sympathies to the families and friends of those who died and to the people of Brussels.
Mayor Cummins offered his personal sympathy to all who have suffered the loss of loved ones and at this time his thoughts and prayers are with all those who have been affected by this atrocity.
‘On behalf of the people of Waterford and all the staff and politicians at Waterford City and County Council, I to want express my deepest sympathy to the families of those murdered and injured in Tuesday’s terrible atrocities in Belgium.
These terrorists will not win. The people of Belgium and Europe are resilient & will not be intimidated by the needless slaughter of innocent people.
A book of condolence is open in City Hall, Waterford and the Civic Offices, Dungarvan and I know the people of Waterford will come out in large numbers to express their solidarity with the people of Belgium.’
The book of condolence is available for signing in the foyer of the Civic Offices in Dungarvan and City Hall in Waterford between the hours of 9.30am and 4.30pm Wednesday to Thursday this week and again from Tuesday to Friday next week.