Extra Funding Approved by North Central Area Committee for Clontarf and Fairview Projects

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At our monthly area committee this afternoon, a number of projects in our area received some additional funding from the City Council (details below.) Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any queries or comments. 1.       Clontarf Heritage Trail signs (€10,000)- To mount a series of information panels (6 in total) approximately every 0.5km between …

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Clontarf Flood Defences Update

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On Monday next (17th February) the Local Area Committee of which I am a member will discuss a brief for a dual flood defence for Clontarf. The brief is the product of a Joint Working Group made up of Clontarf Residents Association, Clontarf Business Association and various departments of Dublin City Council. The Joint Working …

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High Tide Alert – Friday 31st

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Dear resident, here is a message I have received from Dublin City Council about the high tide alert for Friday 31st January. “A series of very high tides is due to occur starting this coming Friday, January 31st., continuing over the weekend. The sandbags which were put in place for the January high tides will …

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Cllr Jane Horgan-Jones Opens Battle of Clontarf Performance by Deep End of the Ford (Lorcan Mac Mathuna, Martin Tourish, Eoghan Neff and Seán Mac)

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I was honoured tonight to be asked to speak at a specially commissioned composition by Deep End of the Ford in St Michan’s Church to mark the Millennium of the Battle of Clontarf.  In doing so I represented my Labour Party colleague, Cllr Oisin Quinn, the Lord Mayor of Dublin.I want particularly to thank all the …

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Hayes “woefully uninformed” on Clontarf flood defences

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Clontarf Labour Councillor Jane Horgan-Jones has strongly criticised Junior Minister Brian Hayes for his comments that Clontarf residents lacked maturity in dealing with the issue of flood defences for their area. Horgan-Jones said: “Minister Hayes’ comments not only show how woefully uninformed he is about the issue of flooding in Clontarf, but also displays a …

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