Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council will not be collecting black bins or bags.on Good Friday (2nd April) and Easter Monday (5th April). Householders are asked to put their black bins or bags out on the week before or the week after the above bank holidays. The green bin collections will be in accordance…Details
Report on Kill Avenue QBC – Council Meeting of 8th February 2010 “Foxrock Church to Dún Laoghaire DART Station QBC and Cycle Track Scheme (Kill Avenue Section) The Public Consultation process for a bus priority and cycle track scheme on Kill Lane and Kill Avenue and traffic calming measures on Monkstown Farm and…Details
I have now been told that these repairs will be made in the coming weeks.
Street Tree & Open Space Pruning (November2009 to April 2010) Abbey Court – 4 trees to be pruned where they are blocking street lights Abbey Road – 1 tree to be removed Ardagh Court – 1 tree to be pruned Avondale Court – 1 tree to be pruned Blackrock Park – 2 trees to…Details
will be held in
the Stillorgan Park Hotel
on Thursday 15th April 2010.
Table of 4 costs €50.
Council Meeting 8th Febraury 2010 – Question re speed indicator C/64/09 Speed Indicator Question: Councillor B. Ward “To ask the Manager what the process is for installation of a ‘speed indicator’ i.e. a laser-based notice that shows motorists what speed they are travelling at, how much it would cost, and if there…Details
COUNCIL Meeting 14th December 2009 – Questions re waste C/597/09 Number of Households Serviced Directly Question: Councillor B. Ward “To ask the Manager the number of households serviced directly by the local authority or its agents for waste management collections and the number of individual people that this represented for the collection…Details
Dún Laoghaire Area Committee Meeting 13th January 2010 – Questions C/36/10 Commercial and Non-Process Industrial Waste Question: Councillor B. Ward “To ask the Manager to provide 2008 data for the quantity and makeup of commercial and non-process industrial waste delivered to civic amenity sites in the County?” Reply: “The Ballyogan…Details
Let’s count telegraph poles, says councillor By Alan O’Keeffe Friday November 06 2009 A councillor who wants to spend taxpayers’ money counting poles insists it could save councils thousands of euro. Cllr Barry Ward claimed the ‘proliferation’ of telephone, electricity, public lighting, bus stop and traffic sign poles must be curbed. …Details
Council Meeting 12th OCTOBER 2009: Motion on greater public consultation C/428/09 C/497/09 Greater Public Consultation It was proposed by Councillor Barry Ward and seconded by Councillor M. Bailey: “That Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council prior to the implementation of any conceptual plan, master plan or scheme will properly consult local residents on…Details