Local Work

Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown International Relations Report

During the November County Council meeting, I spoke with respect to a report on international relations that I have been involved in overseeing as a member of the Twinning Committee.…

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UCD Athletics Track Replacement Motion Passed

Press Release: Cllr Kennedy Motion Calling For Replacement Of Old Athletics Track in UCD Passed Unanimously The motion submitted by Cllr John Kennedy (Fine Gael, Stillorgan Ward) calling for an…

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Motion Seeking Safeguarding of Foxrock Post Office Service Passed

A council area committee motion I submitted calling for a letter to be sent to An Post and the Minister for Communications, Climate Change and Environment Denis Naughten TD seeking…

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UCD Plan Impact Upon Clonskeagh

Covered below is a press release which was reported upon in the Southside People as the lead front page story and also on page two of the Dublin Gazette (South…

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Taxation on Vacant Homes Motion Passed

A motion I submitted promoting introduction of taxation on vacant homes was passed by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council on September 25th with the following wording: “That this Council, as a…

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St. Laurence’s Park Update

1. I asked the council whether footpaths within St. Laurence’s Park could be upgraded and this will be examined by the council. 2. General green area and tree maintenance is…

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Harlech Downs Green Maintenance

A request I submitted for maintenance of green areas in Harlech Downs was accepted by the council.

Marsham Court Tree Pruning

A request I submitted to seek general trees pruning in Marsham Court was accepted and it will be included on the Tree Care Programme 2017/18.

Stillorgan Local Area Plan

A summary of points I submitted in relation to the Draft Stillorgan LAP can be found below: 1. The Stillorgan Village Movement Framework Plan should be re-incorporated as a key…

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Vacant Housing Motion Passed at April County Council Meeting

The following motion I submitted was passed by a majority of councillors at the April meeting of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council: “That the Chief Executive, in light of assertions recently…

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