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DÚN LAOGHAIRE TOWN NEWS 2019:
DEVLIN TO CONTEST THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION IN DÚN LAOGHAIRE
Cormac was selected by the members of Fianna Fáil to contest the next General Election. Cormac polled exceptionally well as a first time candidate in the last General Election attracting over 4,600 first preference votes. Cormac remains focused on tackling the issues facing constituents across the Dún Laoghaire constituency. You can follow his campaign by signing up to receive his eBulletin (news and information specific to your area) or on Facebook / Twitter. Alternatively, if you would like to get involved in the campaign, you can volunteer here
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MY INCOME AS A COUNCILLOR ON DÚN LAOGHAIRE-RATHDOWN COUNTY COUNCIL:
Click here to download a helpful guide on where you can recycle your Christmas tree and get information on bring centres in our area. Members of Cuala GAA are raising money for Habitat for Humanity so they're willing to collect and recycle your Christmas tree for as little as €5. You can call or text Alex, Cillian, Eoin/Louie on 087 299 7192 to arrange it.
REGISTER TO VOTE!
All residents should check to make sure that their details are correct on electioral register by visiting checktheregister.ie. If you have recently moved into the area, changed address or have turned 18 years old then you should print off the required form by clicking here, have them stamped at your local Garda station and send them to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. If you have any questions, please call the Franchise Section of the Council on (01) 205 4880
DOWNLOAD CORMAC'S WINTER CONSTITUENCY NEWSLETTER
You can read and download Cormac's Winter constituency newsletter by clicking here
DO YOU REQUIRE FUNDING FOR YOUR SOCIAL ENTERPRISE?
If so, €1.6m has been allocated to a new Social Innovation Fund in Ireland (SIFI). The objective of the fund is to find and back social enterprises that have developed a project that will add to the social and economic fabric of their community by way of social impact. A simple Stage 1 application is required before Friday 25th January 2019. Find out more by clicking here.
WORKS RESUME AT THE FORMER DÚN LAOGHAIRE BATHS SITE
The Sunday Independent covered the story that works have resumed on the new jetty at the former Baths site in Dún Laoghaire. You can read my comments here
GET INVOLVED & JOIN
THE EU BEACH CLEAN-UP DAY - SUNDAY MARCH 24th & MAY 11th
Join either (or both) of the EU Beach Clean-Ups on Sunday 24th March at 12pm at the Killiney DART station car park & also on Sunday 11th May @ 12pm at Seapoint Beach. You can find out more information here by visiting my website by clicking here
BUS CONNECTS LAUNCH CONSULTATION ABOUT IMPROVED BUS & CYCLE LANES
DO YOU NEED TO REPORT A BLOCKED GULLY? DO IT HERE...
Several residents have reported to Cormac that while they have reported blocked gullies in the past, some of them haven't been unblocked. If you know of a blocked gully that needs to be cleared / unblocked by the Council, then you can report it here
COUNCIL GRANTS OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS UNTIL THURSDAY 18th APRIL
Cllr Devlin is advising all community, arts & business groups to consider applying to the Council's Grants Scheme (Round 2) which is open for applications until Thursday 18th April. To find out more information please click here and to read the guidelines click here. For more information, please call (01) 205 4700 or email email@example.com
DEVLIN RAISES CONCERNS ABOUT LOCAL GOAHEAD BUS SERVICES
Fianna Fáil Councillor Cormac Devlin spoke to the Dublin Gazette about the regular complaints that he is receiving from local commuters about problems that people are experiencing in relation to the GoAhead bus services in the area. Click here to read more
Cllr Devlin has informed local residents about the 6 week road and footpath resurfacing along Tivoli Road, Dún Laoghaire. The road will be closed from the junction of Tivoli Road/York Road to the junction of Corrig Road/Glenageary Road Lower. Local access will be maintained at all times for residents, schools, businesses and the HSE centre. For any queries or questions please contact the Council's engineers; Stephen Byrne on 086 383 5054 or Lei Jiang (away until Monday 19th) on 087 417 7332.or call (01) 205 4700 or click here to send an email