Home Farm Pruning

Its been over 6 years since the trees along Home Farm have been pruned. Following representations from Mary, Dublin City Council have confirmed that DCC Parks have carried out an inspection and commited to complete the necessary pruning works within the coming months. FacebookTwitter

Not Here Not Anywhere

Like most people Mary tries to be environmentally responsible. Click HERE for more on how she does her bit and the priorities she would set in government. But all our individual efforts alone are not going to protect our bio-diversity or save our environment and the longer Government delays action on Climate change the more…

See, Hear, Act #disabilityGE2020

For 15 years serving as a public representative Mary has actively supported the disabled and sought to include them in all aspects of community development and support. Click HERE for some of the areas Mary has worked and supported. If elected Mary is happy to pledge her committment to ensuring our government faces up to…

The Wheel’s Community Matters

As a voluntary community Director of a youth service, justice youth diversion programme, community policing forum, family resource centre and local development company Mary is acutely aware of the value, challenges and pressures on voluntary organisations.   Mary has signed The Wheels Community Matters Pledge because she believe Community does matter and wants to champion…

Moore Street

Call on Government to release funds As reported in the Irish Times, at the January meeting of the Central Area Committee Mary’s motion calling on the Government to commence restoration of the National Monument on Moore Street was unanimously supported by City Councillors at the Central Area Committee.  Emergency Motion : Moore Street The elected…

Are you registered?

Deadline is Wed 22nd Jan You may have been aware of recent publicity regarding the electoral register and the possible confusion as to voter eligibility. The register of people entitled to vote is normally updated annually. The process involves the maintenance of a separate, Draft register of new voters throughout the year and which is…

Claremont, Clareville Pay & Display

Following on from Mary’s canvass of Claremont Lawn & Clareville Grove and subsequent request to the Transport Advisory Group, Dublin City Council have confirmed receipt of the application to extend pay & display parking at the entrance to Claremont Lawn & Clareville Grove, off the Finglas Road. The application (ref No: 7013294) must now go…

St Finbar’s Court, delay

At the January 2020 meeting of the Central Area Committee Mary was disappointed that DCC did not bring a Part 8 Planning Application for St Finbar’s Court, Dublin 7 to Councillors for approval.   Mary asked for an update and following the meeting DCC advised that Sean Harrington Architects have completed the revisions requested and submitted…

MetroLink Consultation

The NTA advised Mary that the planned public consultation on the MetroLink proposal for an Intervention Shaft in Albert College will commence on February 12th 2020 and not on January 23rd as earlier indicated. The NTA explained the reason for this short delay is to avoid any confusion which might arise by holding this consultation simultaneously…

Sale of Public Lands

At the January 2020 meeting of Dublin City Council, Mary called for Councillors to reject the CEO’s proposal to sell-off €90m of public land. The disposal of public assets is a reserved function of Dublin City Councillors i.e. public land can only be sold with the approval of elected City Councillors. Mary urges all City…