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
Council Meeting 9th July 2009: Question on operation of Bus Lanes C/333/09 Operation of Bus Lanes Question: Councillor B. Ward “To ask the Manager if the Council can alter the hours of operation of bus lanes on national routes such as the N11, if the Council has any plans to do so…Details
There will be minor restrictions at Rockville Road, outside the Spar shop on Newtownpark Avenue to facilitate the widening of the access road to the shops and the re-location of a gully that has been flooding repeatedly since it was installed./build out at the entrance.
Due to road works to replace man hole covers on Kill Lane and Foxrock Park in Deasngrange, lane restrictions will be in place from 8am to 4pm between Monday 29th of March and Good Friday 2nd of April.
The Fine Gael National Conference took place in the Malton Hotel in Killarney at the weekend (19th/20th March 2010). You can read Enda Kenny’s speech here. At the conference, Fine Gael made some really solid policy proposals, particularly in the area of the economy, health and political reform. You can find the details…Details
I have been pushing hard for works to be carried out on the road at Rosemount Terrace as a matter of priority. This small stretch of road is used by patrons of St. Andrew’s, Our Lady of Marcy and residents of Rosemount Terrace and McCabe Villas, and is in a desperate state of repair. …Details
I am pleased to see that Grove Avenue has been included in the 2010 Roads Programme – you can view the programme by clicking here. I have also put down a motion to the Dún Laoghaire Area Committee to prioritise works here, as follows: “That the Manager arrange for road works to be…Details
The Department of Transport recently notified the Council of the grants for 2010. In accordance with Circular, the 3-Year Restoration Improvement Grant is suspended for 1 year because of the recent bad weather. Following notification the Council assessed the conditions of roads throughout the County. The criteria for assessment are: road condition traffic…Details
From Thursday 18th February to Friday 19th February from 8.30am to 6pm, works will be taking place at the top of Booterstown Avenue, on the N11 (southbound) at the signalised pedestrian crossing before the bus stop, to install new tactile pavement for visually impaired people.
14th March 2010.