DEVLIN MAKES SUBMISSION ON THE DUBLIN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION PLAN:
Councillor Devlin has made a submission on the Dublin Transportation Plan on how to improve the quality and service of public transportation within County Dublin.
DEVLIN URGES RESIDENTS TO MAKE A SUBMISSION ON THE COUNCIL'S PROPOSED TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR DALKEY AVENUE:
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin is urging residents to make a submission on the Council's proposed Traffic Management Plan for Dalkey Avenue. For more click here
COUNCILLOR DEVLIN VOTES AGAINST CLAMPING IN THE COUNTY:
Councillor Devlin voted against the clamping proposal by Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. Cormac reminded Management that "it is elected representatives that make the decisions....not Management". He is critical of his fellow Councillors (particularly the Green Party) who voted in-favour of clamping. Read More.
DEVLIN WELCOMES EU-WIDE BAN ON DOG & CAT FUR
Dun Laoghaire based Councillor and ISPCA member; Cormac Devlin has welcomed the news that no goods sold or imported into the European Union will contain fur from dogs and cats. Read more.
DEVLIN WELCOMES REDUCTION IN ROAMING CHARGES BY EU FROM 1st JULY:
Councillor Devlin Starting from July 1st, the cost of making a call, sending a text or data while roaming within the EU will fall dramatically thanks to the decision by MEP's this week. All calls, texts and data service costs will be reduced from 28c to just 11c. Read more.
FEARS FOR 50 LOCAL JOBS AS GRADUAT|E PUB, KILLINEY GOES ON FIRE:
Speaking to the Irish Independent local Councillor, Cormac Devlin said "It was a popular destination and a residential bar for the local area. It was a landmark building. "I am very saddened by the incident and the loss of jobs in the locality. It is very unfortunate for the owners" Read more.
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURE OF BARNHILL ROAD:
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin informed residents about Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council intending to temporarily close Barnhill Road, Dalkey from its junction with Castlepark Road to its junction with Dalkey Avenue in order to facilitate road resurfacing works. The dates of the intended closure are from Monday 24th August, 2009 to Friday 4th September, 2009 inclusive. A Traffic Management Plan will be in operation and the diversions will be signposted. Any interested person may lodge an objection in writing with the Senior Engineer, Traffic Section, County Hall, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co. Dublin not later than Friday 14th August, 2009.
DEVLIN WELCOMES THE NEW PLAYGROUND ON DALKEY HILL:
Councillor Devlin welcomed the opening of the Killiney Hill Playground. "It is fantastic for the many local families (with young children) to finally have a local playground however I am concerned about its location and the impact that parking will have on Burmah Road" said Cllr. Devlin. "I raised my concerns with the Council at the time. I thought it was a bad decision to locate it so far down the hill. I thought it should have been nearer the car park. I'm also aware (and dealing with) the condition of the entrance to this playground" commented Cllr. Devlin.