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Eirgrid are at Stage 2 of the Public Consultation process in their planned upgrade of the Electricity Network in the Lucan-Clondalkin area at Grangecastle.
There are a number of benefits that will accrue to the residents along the existing overhead cable route between Adamstown and Tullyhall. The current proposal is to remove 10 pylons along that area, including the eyesore at Adamstown, not that the others are pretty but due to the particular proximity of peoples’ homes there. Pylons are an emotive issue as well as a visual interference and people …
Clondalkin, Headline, Press Release »
Fine Gael TD for Dublin Mid-West, Derek Keating, has welcomed the announcement by Olympic silver medallist and Clondalkin native, Kenneth Egan, to that he is to run for Fine Gael in the upcoming local elections in the Clondalkin Local Electoral Area.
“Kenneth is well used to going into battle. Although he is new to politics I believe that he will do well because he is well respected in the Clondalkin area. When I met with him recently I was genuinely impressed by his commitment to young people in Clondalkin, an area …
Clondalkin, Job creation, Press Release »
Deputy Keating today welcomed the restaurant chain, Nandos, which is due to open in Liffey Valley Shopping Centre on November 23rd creating an estimated 50 to 60 jobs. The restaurant has become very popular for its Portuguese dishes and already has three outlets in Dublin.
Clondalkin, Press Release »
“A new multi-million euro Primary Care development planned for the Rowlagh, Neilstown and Greenfort areas of Clondalkin will be opened within 18 months” says Deputy Derek Keating.
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Fine Gael Dublin Mid West Deputy, Derek Keating, has said reports that the private waste company, Greyhound, which is contracted to provide a bin collection service in South County Dublin, has requested that taxpayers take over the cost of subsiding waiver customers is a disgrace and should not be tolerated.