DUBLIN CITY COUNCIL NORTH CENTRAL AREA COMMITTEE 20th January 2014 Q.95 Question in the name of Councillor Naoise O’Muirí “Can the Manager please provide an estimate of the costs associated with the recent flood defence & clean-up efforts on the Clontarf Road?” Reply: The cost of providing the temporary flood defences along Clontarf Promenade […]
(From North Central Area Committee – 20/01/14) Road Maintenance Services intends to carry out localised carriageway repairs on Clontarf Road between Alfie Byrne Road and Wooden Bridge Road in 2014. Dave Dinnigan Area Manager Contact: Shane Satell, Executive Engineer, Road Maintenance Services
Venue / Location Hollybrook rd car park Opposite Marlowe Cleaners Overview This Saturday the 11th January people are invited to lend a hand to the Adopt a street/Love Clontarf Promenade clean up. Meeting Saturday 11th Jan 10.30 Hollybrook rd car park Opposite Marlowe Cleaners.
Dear resident, Just a short note with some important information regarding waste arrangements for this festive season:
As per the update to the North Central Area Committee on 16/12/13: Against – 37 For – 36. There were 54 votes returned against and 38 for but when late votes/votes without proof of residence were excluded it came down to 37:36.
You can see the City Council letter setting out the details of the proposed scheme to local residents at the following link: LetterToResidents
Dublin City Council are organising a public initiative to harvest the berries of the Sea Buckthorn Shrubs on Bull Island tomorrow.
Tomorrow’s (14/12/2012) high tide is predicted to be extremely high and above Dublin City Council’s Tide Alert levels.
(From DCC Press Office – 12th December 2012) Dear Elected Representative A high tide this Friday (14/12/2012) morning at 11 45 am, combined with low atmospheric pressure and a relatively high wind, will give rise to high sea levels and possibly large waves.
(From DCC Engineering). The water supply problems currently being experienced by the residents in the Dunluce and Vernon Areas of Clontarf, are as a result of increased water mains leakage in the area.