I just received the following Severe Weather Warning, from Cork City Council Environment department. TIDAL FLOOD ALERT FOR CORK CITY Valid from Thursday 07 / 10 / 2010 to Monday 11 / 10 / 2010. The natural cycle of High Tides for the following days is predicted for the times given below:
Over the summer months, it was mentioned to me about the possibility of making the Marina area traffic free at the weekends. I subsequently put down the following motion to council, so that the idea could be explored further: “That Cork City Council would run a
Under an EU funded transportation project, the Traffic Division in City Hall, has recently received support to encourage behavioural change in the way children travel to school, especially in encouraging both parents and children to travel to school in modes other than the private car. Success in such an endeavour would lead to reduced traffic [...]
Just to update you on the new playground sanctioned for Blackrock Village. As you know, in the summer I reported on the proposed new playground that was earmarked for the village. The Part 8 process was begin immediately and all going well, City Council had hoped to be in a position to commence the physical
I am calling on the HSE to redouble their efforts to screen all the children in Ballintemple National School as quickly as possible to allay parent’s and children’s fears. But all it is absolutely necessary that the BCG vaccine is offered to all pupils at Crab Lane as a matter of urgency. Having spoken to [...]
The GAA wish to redevelop and upgrade Pairc Ui Chaoimh to a 50,000 seater stadium and the development of a Centre of Excellence which would share stadium facilities including gymnasium, medical room, dining facilities and changing rooms. In order for this redevelopment to go
I would like to draw your attention to The National Environmental complaints Line pilot project initiated by the EPA. Cork City Council along with South Tipperary County Council, Donegal County Council, Clare County Council and Dublin City Council are taking part in the pilot.
Fine Gael Councillors from Cork City are holding a public meeting on Thursday the 5th of August at7.00pm in the SMA Hall in Wilton to bring together members of the general public who have expressed an interest in the upkeep and maintenance of St Finbarr’s Cemetery. The purpose of the meeting called by Councillors Des [...]