Water update

Water Supply Update Water is being restored to those areas of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County which were without water overnight. However, it will take some hours for supply to be restored to all affected areas and in some cases even longer.   Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council contains a high proportion of older housing stock with associated…

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Water pressure updates

Pressure reduction notice for Monday night 1st February 2010. Due to the ongoing crisis in the water supply situation in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, the whole county remains subject to pressure reductions until such time as the water supply situation stabilises.   You can check the DLR emergency updates blog by clicking here.   Due…

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Water updates

Following repairs completed yesterday (Saturday) to watermains on Georges Street, Dún Laoghaire and Military Road, Killiney, normal water service has been restored to surrounding areas. Water supply has also been restored to all areas affected by pressure reductions last night as previously notified. Please note that there will be no mains shutdown/water off today in any area of the County. However pressure reductions will apply…

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Commercial rates

Fine Gael Councillors have ensured that commercial rates, payable by companies operating in Dún Laoghaire Rathdown, have been REDUCED BY 2%. We have also ensured that rates have not increased since before 2004. Here’s how we compare to some other councils where rates were reduced: Carlow -1% Controlled by Fine Gael & Labour Donegal -3%…

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Mobile phone mast at TEK FC, Deansgrange

Local residents will be aware that the mobile phone company, Meteor, recently installed a large base station or mobile phone mast at TEK FC in Deansgrange, for which permission had not been granted. Meteor cannot be allowed to behave this way. An enforcement notice was served by the Council on Meteor on the 29th of…

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The Irish Independent – 30/05/2009

Political brief An impressive list of lawyers are standing in next week’s elections. But why do they bother? Dearbhail McDonald reports Saturday May 30 2009   For months, he has been pounding the streets and pressing the flesh to procure a No 1 vote. Barry Ward, a barrister and first-time local election candidate for Fine…

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Sunday Business Post – 29/07/2007

New Seanad takes shape as big parties suffer losses Sunday, July 29, 2007- The complexity of Seanad voting means political parties have to have clear strategy, as Fine Gael found out to its cost, writes Niamh Connolly. The Seanad elections, which took place last week, are a political anorak’s heaven with complex rules, counts stretching…

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Water Notice

Due to the critical water levels in the Church Road, Sandyford and Stillorgan reservoirs, the following areas will be suffer a severe reduction in water pressure with a possible loss of water supply from 19:00 on 26/01/10 until mid-morning on Wednesday 27/01/10. Pressure Reduction Notice: Monkstown Monkstown Road and all roads off it, Seapoint Avenue…

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