Conclusion is fairly stark for Clontarf: ” In light of the experience gained over the New Year, consideration will be given to strengthening flood defences at a number of locations and especially along the Clontarf Road between Alfie Byrne Road and the Bull Island bridge. While the temporary flood defence measures proved effective on this […]
(from Dublin City Council – 31/12/13) A series of very high tides are due to occur over the next couple of days, in particular on Wednesday 1st January at 11am and Friday 3rd January at 12.33pm. As a precaution the City Council will be closing flood gates on the Dodder and Tolka Rivers and the […]
Beannachtaí na Féile! Hope you and yours have a peaceful Christmas and a happy New Year. (Image from WebDonuts/The Pet Collective)
Below is the report presented by the City Manager to Members at the Special Meeting of Dublin City Council on the 16/12/13 dealing with the transition to Irish Water:
Holidaying at Christmas: Make your home look like someone is living in it, use light timers. Cancel any newspaper or milk deliveries. Trusted neighbours may be able to help you by collecting your post, opening and closing curtains and they could park their car in your driveway.
Question to City Manager City Council Meeting 04/11/2013 Q89. COUNCILLOR NAOISE Ó MUIRÍ Can the City Manager please provide detail of the costs of newspaper advertising commissioned by Dublin City Council for the last 3 years to include:
Dublin City Council, on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities, is advising consumers in the entire Dublin region that production at Ballymore Eustace Water Treatment Planthas begun to improve, although it is still well below normal production levels. Coupled with this, storage levels at our treated water reservoirs remain at an unsustainably low level.
Dublin City Council, on behalf of the four Dublin Local Authorities, is advising consumers in the entire Dublin region that the current water restrictions will remain in place each evening, from tonight until at least Thursday 7th November, from 8.00pm each evening, to 7.00am the following morning.