FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF MANDATORY ALCOHOL TESTING IN IRELAND:
Cllr. Devlin welcomed the increase presence of Gardaí on our roads which has resulted in less fatalities on our roads. For more information please read Minister Dempsey's statement on the issue.Read More.
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DEVLIN ASKS COUNCIL TO ADDRESS TRAFFIC ISSUES AT KILLINEY SHOPPING CENTRE:
Local Fianna Fáil County Councillor Cormac Devlin asked the Council to improve traffic flow at Killiney Shopping Centre by providing a yellow box to allow easier entrance and exit for the customers of the shopping centre. Read More..
COUNCIL REQUESTED TO REPLACE DALKEY LOADING BAY:
Councillor Devlin requested the Council to replace a loading bay on Castle Street that was there prior to the introduction of Pay & Display scheme in Dalkey village. More...
COUNCILS CALLED ON TO DEAL WITH MERRION GATES TRAFFIC DELAYS - DEVLIN
Fianna Fáil Councillor, Cormac Devlin at a joint meeting of Dublin City & Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council's put forward a proposal to have the 2 local authorities resolve the constant traffic delays caused by the level crossing at the Merrion Gates. Read More...
DRAFT TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR DÚN LAOGHAIRE TOWN FINALLY REVEALED
Dún Laoghaire Councillor, Cormac Devlin has welcomed the eagerly awaited yet long overdue plan to tackle Dún Laoghaire's traffic chaos. "This is an issue that will effect so many surrounding area's" says Cormac. To find out more.
DOUBLE YELLOW LINES TO BE EXTENDED ALONG CHURCH ROAD, DALKEY:
The Council have given notifice that the Double Yellow Lines on Church Road will be extended eastwards (for a distance of 30m on each side) to it’s junction with Ulverton Road.
"SAFETY BARRIER NEEDED ON CHURCHVIEW ROAD TO PROTECT PEDESTRIANS"
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin has asked the Council to install a safety barrier on the bend (near the bus stop) on Churchview Road to protect pedestrians as cars speed along this section of the road, day and night. Find out more.
UP-DATE ON THE SKATEBOARD PARK FOR DÚN LAOGHAIRE
As the only Councillor who attended the full day long consultation with local skaters, Cormac wants to ensure that all interested parties are kept informed of progress on the Skateboard Park issue. Here is the lastest up-date on the Park from the Council. Click here.
"GIVE A DOG A HOME" - COUNCIL'S NEW POLICY ON RE-HOMING DOGS - WELCOMED
Dún Laoghaire Rathdown were questioned as to the high number of dogs being "put-down" by the County Pound by Cllr. Devlin. Now they've introduced a new iniative, to find out more, click here.