The Monthly Fingal PPN Newsletter for March 2018.
Councillor Roderic O’Gorman requested a bin for Riverwood Way to help reduce the litter in that black spot.
The Monthly Fingal PPN Newsletter for November and December 2017, the final newsletter of 2017.
Three people, two hours, 11 bags of weeds. The rose bushes between Riverwood Chase and Glebe have been uncovered!
We have asked FCC to remove the bushes from the edges of the main road. They house rats, collect litter, impede pedestrians and are unsightly.
FCC and Irish Water will be cleaning out the sewers in the estate to get rid of the rats.
Dublin Parks Tennis Autumn Programme 2017 starts on Saturday 23 September. Eight weeks of lessons for 5-17 year olds. Only 30 euro.
New signs in the tennis courts clearly explain why only tennis is allowed.
Report rat sightings to us, whether on your property or on public areas. We will work with FCC to tackle the issue.
The Local Authority Waters and Communities Office will be holding a public meeting in Blanchardstown Library on Thursday 15 June at 7:30pm to discuss the rivers, streams and coastal areas of Fingal and the draft River Basin Management Plan for Ireland 2018-2021. Are you interested in water quality, biodiversity, heritage, water based recreation and tourism? […]