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
Bridge before the works: After the works:
Dublin City Council are organising a public initiative to harvest the berries of the Sea Buckthorn Shrubs on Bull Island tomorrow.
Any household item with a plug or a battery will be accepted free of charge!
From: David Ryan: Date: 2 October 2013 16:24:16 IST Subject: Clanmoyle Road Flood Alleviation Scheme Commencement I am delighted to inform you that the OPW will commence on site works for the above project on Monday the 14th of October 2013.
(dated late December 2012) There are a few updates on the progress of the Clanmoyle Flood Alleviation Scheme since our last email, they are as follows;
The Lions Clubs Ireland is establishing a new club in Clontarf. An Information / New Members night will be held in Clontarf Castle on Tuesday, January 15th at 8 p.m.
Dublin City Council has made arrangements for you to leave your Christmas Tree for recycling at 11 locations in Dublin City from Thursday 3rd January until Sunday 22nd January. This service is free. Locations include: