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St. Michan’s House Matters – Autumn 2017

SECURING FORMER TAX OFFICE BUILDING Following on from serious concerns raised by the St. Michan’s House Residents’ Association, Minister Paschal Donohoe and I wrote to the owner of the site requesting that action be taken immediately to better secure the … Continue reading

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SHERRARD AVENUE & SHERRARD STREETROAD RESURFACING WORKS

• DATE OF WORKS: The City Council envisages that the works associated with the re-surfacing of the street will take place between Monday, October 9th and Sunday, October 15th 2017.   • TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN: The Roads Maintenance Division of … Continue reading

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Are you interested in becoming a Garda?

A new Garda Recruitment Campaign has been launched. The deadline for applications to be submitted is June 1st, 2017 and all is completed through the Public Appointments Service. You can find out all you need to know about the recruitment … Continue reading

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McAdam encourages North Inner City communities to have their say on a new National Plan for Ireland

Fine Gael Dublin City Council Leader & North Inner City Councillor, Ray McAdam, is encouraging people in the North Inner City to have their say on a new National Plan for Ireland. “Ireland 2040 – Our Plan”, the new National … Continue reading

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Built Heritage Investment Scheme 2017 – applications now being accepted!

Heather Humphreys T.D., Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs has made grant funding available under the new Built Heritage Investment Scheme for 2017. As previously, buildings on the Record of Protected Structures and ACA’s may qualify. The … Continue reading

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Prudent, Cautious & constructive – FG approach to City Council Budget 2017

The Estimates put forward by the City Council, governed by a Coalition of Sinn Fein, Labour, Greens and Independents will see €862.5m allocated for services including Housing, Roads, Water, Development, Enviornment, Culture and Education. This Budget proposes an increase in … Continue reading

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