DEVLIN TO CONTEST THE NEXT GENERAL ELECTION IN DÚN LAOGHAIRE
Cormac was selected to contest the next General Election. Cormac polled exceptionally well as a first time candidate in the 2016 General Election attracting more than 4,600 first preference votes. Cormac remains focused on tackling the issues facing constituents across the Dún Laoghaire constituency. You can follow his campaign by signing up to receive his eBulletin (news and information specific to your area) or on Facebook / Twitter. Alternatively, you can get involved in his campaign by clicking here
FIND OUT WHAT EVENTS ARE HAPPENING IN YOUR AREA
Cormac keeps local residents informed of events and activities taking place within their area. Click here to view a list of these events and if you woud like to know about these (and more) in advance, click here to sign-up to receive Cormac's eBulletin,
All residents should check to make sure that their details are correct on electioral register by visiting checktheregister.ie. If you have recently moved into the area, changed address or have turned 18 years old then you should print off the required form by clicking here, have them stamped at your local Garda station and send them to Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown. If you have any questions, please call the Franchise Section of the Council on (01) 205 4880
DO YOU NEED TO REPORT A BLOCKED GULLY? DO IT HERE...
Several residents have reported to Cormac that while they have reported blocked gullies in the past, some of them haven't been unblocked. If you know of a blocked gully that needs to be cleared / unblocked by the Council, then you can report it here
N11 / M11 JUNCTION 4 - 14 PUBLIC CONSULTATION
Cllr Michael Clark & Cllr Devlin have advised local residents about the public consultation that is taking place on Tuesday 12th November between 12pm - 8pm in the Glenview Hotel, Glen of the Downs. It is set to inform the public of the transportation options which have been developed to date to address the problems identified, the constraints identified and the timeline to advance this project. This consultation allows for the important involvement by the public in developing the emerging preferred options.
All information displayed at the event will subsequently be published on the dedicated project website www.m11n11.ie
CHRISTMAS TREE RECYCLING & COLLECTION SERVICE
Click here to download a helpful guide on where you can recycle your Christmas tree and get information on bring centres in our area. Tranistion Year students from Cuala GAA are raising money for their Habitat for Humanity trip to Zambia in June and they are willing to collect and recycle your Christmas tree for as little as €5. You should call 089 475 6546 (if you live in the Dún Laoghaire / Glenageary area), 087 427 3380 (if you live in the Dalkey / Killiney / Shankill area) or 083 056 6279 (if you live in the Monkstown / Blackrock / Cabinteely area).