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 RAISES QUESTIONS ABOUT VACANT LAND BEHIND SALLYNOGGIN CHURCH:
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin has raised questions about the current status of planning with the triangular piece of land (Thomastown, Glenageary Avenue) which is behind the Sallynoggin Church and at the top of Glenageary Avenue. Read More...
COUNCIL TO REPLACE ALL VANDALISED STREET SIGNS IN GLENAGEARY HEIGHTS:
Councillor Devlin has received positive feedback from the Council that it will replace the list of street signs that have been vandalised within the Glenageary Heights estate.More.
"THOMASTOWN ROAD IN NEED OF WEED SPRAYING" - DEVLIN
Fianna Fáil Councillor for the area, Cormac Devlin requested that the Council would spray the weed along Thomastown Road, Glenageary. Find out more.
DOUBLE YELLOW LINES ON THE CORNER OF SILCHESTER PARK & ADELAIDE ROAD:
The Council has given notice that Double Yellow Lines are going to be put down (for 30 metres on both sides) at the junction of Silchester Park and Adelaide Road.
"RE-PAINT "STOP" AT JUNCTION OF ROCHESTOWN PARK & PEARSE VILLAS" - DEVLIN
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin has asked the Transportation Department of the Council to re-paint the word "STOP" at the junction of Rochestown Park and Pearse Villas so that safety can be improved.More.
COUNCIL ASKED TO REPAIR FOOTPATHS ALONG ROCHESTOWN PARK BY DEVLIN
Councillor Devlin raised the issue of the bad footpaths along Rochestown Park and submitted a list of sections of the footpath's that are in serious need of repair. More.
DEVLIN ASKS COUNCIL TO UN-BLOCK DRAIN ON ROCHESTOWN PARK
Local Councillor for the area, Cormac Devlin asked the Council to un-block a drain outside a house on Rochestown Park as this drain is not working correctly. More.
REQUEST FOR COUNCIL TO BUILD A FOOTPATH IN PEARSE VILLAS
Local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Cormac Devlin has asked the Council to build a footpath in Pearse Villas outside a row of houses that currently open onto a road without any path. Find out 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.
O'ROURKE PARK TRAFFIC ISLANDS - CAN THEY BE LANDSCAPED / COBBLESTONED?
Local Councillor, Cormac Devlin has asked the Council to investigate the possability of landscaping/cobblestoning the traffic islands in O'Rourke Park because currently they are just made of tarmac and look quite dull.Find out more.
"THE CAR PARK BARRIER NEEDS PAINTING IN SALLYNOGGIN" - DEVLIN
Councillor Cormac Devlin requested the Council to clean up and paint the car park and the barrier in Sallynoggin (beside the Old Folks Centre). 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...
"SALLYNOGGIN PARK DRAINS NEED TO BE UN-BLOCKED" - DEMANDS DEVLIN
Like many estates in the area, Sallynoggin Park has a few completly blocked drains. As a result their local Councillor made a request to the Council to have them cleared Read more.
EXTRA STREET SIGNS REQUIRED FOR SALLYNOGGIN PARK
Following on from his success in getting extra street in O'Rourke Park, Fianna Fáil Councillor for the area, Cormac Devlin has asked the Council to install more signage in Sallynoggin Park.More.
LANEWAY BETWEEN SALLYNOGGIN PARK & SEFTON ESTATE NEEDS TO BE CLOSED
The problem of illegal dumping, cider parties, garffiti and people taking a shortcut through this laneway has become worse over the last while. As a result Councillor Devlin asked the Council to close it off. Read 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.
COUNCIL ASKED TO PLANT MORE TREE'S & SHRUBS ON THOMASTOWN ROAD:
Since Sallyglen Road was built, the final stages of the planting of trees and shrubs was never finished. As a result Cllr. Devlin asked the Council to complete the work.More.
"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.