Agenda

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Items
No. Item

1.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes

Minutes of the Dún Laoghaire Area Committee Municipal Services Meeting held on 28th October 2020.

(circulated herewith)

2.

CEISTEANNA / QUESTIONS

PARKS QUESTIONS

2a

Councillor M. Clark - ADDITIONAL BIN, KILBOGGET PARK

“To ask the Chief Executive to install an additional bin in Kilbogget Park, especially in light of the dog pen having been installed?”

2b

Councillor L. Hall - PLANTING, GEORGE'S STREET UPPER

“To ask the Chief Executive if additional planting can be introduced on George’s Street Upper (trees / lavender beds) so that this mirrors George’s Street Lower?”

2c

Councillor D. O'Callaghan - TREE INSPECTION

“To ask the Chief Executive to arrange for an inspection of a tree outside (address supplied) as this species is depositing excessive sap onto the householder’s car and to establish if pruning/removal is warranted and if so, a more suitable tree would be planted?”

2d

Councillor C. Smyth - GRASS CUTTING, LOUGHLINSTOWN LINEAR PARK

“To ask the Chief Executive to ensure the entire grassed area in Loughlinstown Linear Park is cut to the boundary similar to the stretch along the boundary at Glencar to enhance the area and discourage dumping?”

2e

Councillor C. Smyth - BENCHES, LOUGHLINSTOWN LINEAR PARK

“To ask the Chief Executive to install benches in Loughlinstown Linear Park?”

TRANSPORT QUESTIONS

2f

Councillor M. Clark - TRAFFIC CALMING, WOODLANDS ROAD

“To ask the Chief Executive to provide a report on what considerations were given by the Council to the 2016 residents' petition from Woodlands Road to have speed bumps / ramps installed on their road and if dialogue will be facilitated about traffic calming in the wider estate with their residents’ association now?”

2g

Councillor M. Clark - 30KPH RESIDENTIAL SPEED LIMIT REVIEW

“To ask the Chief Executive if the Woodlands / Granitefield / Johnstown Avenue / Grove area is going to be included in the next review of the 30 kph Residential Speed Limit Review and when is that likely to take place as residents report frequent incidents of excessive speeding in this estate?”

2h

Councillor J. Moylan - FADED ROAD LINING

“To ask the Chief Executive to renew the faded road lining between (address supplied) and to state when these works will be carried out?”

2i

Councillor J. Moylan - ROAD LINING RENEWAL

“To ask the Chief Executive to renew all road lining (centre white lines, double yellow lines) in Monaloe Park Road, Monaloe Avenue, Cabinteely Avenue, Cabinteely Park & Cabinteely Way and state when this work will be done?”

2j

Councillor C. Smyth - SPEED SIGN INDICATOR, KILLINEY HILL ROAD

“To ask the Chief Executive to install a speed indicator sign on Killiney Hill Road south of the Military Road/Killiney Hill Road junction to discourage motorists from speeding?”

MAINTENANCE QUESTIONS

2k

Councillor M. Clark - REPAIR OF ROAD SIGNS

“To ask the Chief Executive to repair the two road signs on the corner of Lordello Road at its junction with Ferndale Road and state when these will be installed?”

2l

Councillor M. Clark - REPAINTED/RELOCATED ROAD SIGNS

“To ask the Chief Executive to have the road signs within Woodbrook Glen repainted and to have the road sign for The Green relocated to the opposite corner so that it can be seen more easily and state when these works will be carried out?”

2m

Councillor M. Clark - ROAD SURFACE REPAIR, KILLINEY HILL ROAD/SHANGANAGH TERRACE

“To ask the Chief Executive to repair section of road surface on Killiney Hill Road outside Shanganagh Terrace and state when these works will be completed?”

2n

Councillor J. Gildea - DEEP CLEAN, SHANKILL VILLAGE

“To ask the Chief Executive when the promised ‘deep clean’ of Shankill Village and environs will take place?”

2o

Councillor J. Gildea - REMOVAL OF VEGETATION AND SOIL

“To ask the Chief Executive when the vegetation and soil which is encroaching on the footpath on the eastern side of the road between Stonebridge Road and Shanganagh Road / Corbawn Lane junction will be removed in line with the excellent work already carried out on Stonebridge Road, Falls Road and Mullinastill Road?”

2p

Councillor J. Gildea - ROAD REPAIRS, BALLINCLEA ROAD, KILLINEY

“To ask the Chief Executive when repairs to the surface of Ballinclea Road, Killiney will be carried out, it is noted that spot repairs rather than resurfacing of the entire road is required?”

2q

Councillor L. Hall - STREET CLEANSING

“To ask the Chief Executive if George’s Street Upper and Lower can be power-washed periodically to ensure that the street receives a deep clean; the exit at Haight Terrace onto George’s Street is in need of particular attention?”

 

2r

Councillor L. Hall - FOOTPATH REPAIR

“To ask the Chief Executive if footpaths on George’s Street Upper can be repaired and replaced where broken?”

2s

Councillor J. Moylan - ROAD REPAIR

“To ask the Chief Executive to include the section of footpath at (address supplied) in the Council's future patch work repair and a report issued back to this Councillor please?”

2t

Councillor J. Moylan - FOOTPATH REPAIR

“To ask the Chief Executive to repair the footpath outside of (address supplied) as it wasn't repaired when works were done on behalf of Irish Water, please state when these repairs will be carried out?”

2u

Councillor J. Moylan - FOOTPATH REPAIR

“To ask the Chief Executive to repair the footpath outside of (address supplied) as it wasn't repaired when works were done on behalf of Irish Water, please state when these repairs will be carried out?”

2v

Councillor J. Moylan - CUL DE SAC SIGN, CABINTEELY PARK

“To ask the Chief Executive to clean or replace the Cul de Sac sign for Cabinteely Park as it is in need of attention and state when this will be done?”

2w

Councillor D. O'Callaghan - ROAD RESURFACING, RATHSALLAGH DRIVE AND GROVE

“To ask the Chief Executive in conjunction with Rathsallagh / Shanganagh / Clifton Estate Forum to arrange for the re-surfacing of the worst sections of roadway in Rathsallagh Drive and Grove?”

2x

Councillor D. O'Callaghan - WATER FOUNTAIN, CORBAWN LANE

“To ask the Chief Executive to examine the possibility of bringing the old water fountain at the bottom of Corbawn Lane leading to the beach back into use, with the increase in walking numbers to the beach, its use again would be timely?”

2y

Councillor S. Ó'Faoláin - WATER PIPES

"To ask the Chief Executive to update this Area Committee on progress to fix issues related to pipes being connected to the wrong water system in the Booterstown area, which is causing sewage outfalls into Dublin Bay via the Elm Park and Trimleston streams?"

2z

Councillor C. Smyth - FOOTPATH RESTORATION, ASHLAWN PARK, BALLYBRACK

“To ask the Chief Executive for a report on the footpath restoration and other works to take place in Ashlawn Park, Ballybrack?”

2aa

Councillor C. Smyth - BENCH, MILITARY ROAD, BALLYBRACK VILLAGE

“To ask the Chief Executive to reinstate or replace the bench that was removed from Military Road, Ballybrack Village in May for repairs?”

2bb

Councillor C. Smyth - FOOTPATH, OLD WYATTVILLE ROAD

“To ask the Chief Executive to examine and carry out works to ensure the steep gradient is removed from the footpath on Old Wyattville Road opposite the Ridge Hall Development at the junction of Church Road / Military Road / Old Wyattville Road / Shanganagh Road, Ballybrack?”

PARKS SERVICES

3.

Heritage Plan 2021-2025

(presentation at meeting)

4.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

a)   Correspondence Issued

 

b)   Correspondence Received

(if any to be circulated)

RÚIN/MOTIONS

5.

Councillor J. Moylan

“That the Chief Executive provides a detailed report on progress made on the next phase of this Council's plans to provide a multi-use club house in Pearse Park, Sallynoggin that can be used by Sallynoggin Pearse Celtic Football Club and other clubs / groups / activities from the area and to outline a time frame to bring this issue to a conclusion.

6.

Councillor M. Clark

“That the Chief Executive would agree to install public (flood) lighting which could be left on during the hours of darkness in the Coolevin car park and to install CCTV cameras (using the existing floodlight columns) in Kilbogget Park which could all help deter anti-social behaviour in this 24-hour unrestricted public car park.”

7.

Councillor H. Lewis

“That this Area Committee recognises the anti-social behaviour adjacent to (address supplied), the potential and already material fire prone shrubbery and trees that are beside the closest homes in this area and calls on the Chief Executive with immediate effect to thin and re-landscape the area in order to reduce the risk to these homes and to alleviate the anti-social behaviour.”

8.

Councillor S. Ó'Faoláin

“That the Council looks into the rat problem in the field behind Ardmeen Park and Meadow Close and outline how it can be remedied.

9.

Councillor D. O'Callaghan

“That the Parks Department report on the bonfires and burning of other material over the Halloween period at Kilbogget Park.”

10.

Councillor C. Smyth

“That the Chief Executive report on the anti-social behavior and criminal damage in Kilbogget Park in the vicinity of Ashlawn and Wyattville estate.”

TRANSPORT SERVICES

11.

Neighbourhood Traffic Management Guidelines

(circulated herewith)

12.

Wyattville Road Cycle Scheme (Phase 2) - Report on Public Consultation and Changes to Preliminary Design

(circulated herewith)

13.

Consultation with Garda Commissioner

(if any, to be circulated)

14.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

a)   Correspondence Issued

 

b)   Correspondence Received

(if any to be circulated)

RÚIN/MOTIONS

15.

Councillor H. Lewis

“That this Area Committee write to An Garda Síochána requesting the policing of the road markings outside Scoil Cholmcille in Ballybrack, specifically in the morning time when pupils are being dropped off by parents on the yellow zig zag lines, markings that are there to prevent such behaviour.”

MAINTENANCE SERVICES

16.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

a)   Correspondence Issued

 

b)   Correspondence Received

(if any to be circulated)

RÚIN/MOTIONS

17.

Councillor J. Moylan

“That the Chief Executive agrees to severely prune back the enormously overgrown and unkept tree in the lane way off Birch Grove, Dún Laoghaire (address supplied) which backs onto the houses in Oliver Plunkett Avenue and to state when these works will be carried out.”

18.

Councillor M. Clark

“That the Chief Executive would arrange for the centre median of Avondale Road, Killiney to be swept by the Road Cleansing Section as nails, glass and other debris is lying on the road near the ramps and need to be cleaned up as residents report regular flat tyres as a result of same and can the Chief Executive state when this work will be completed.”

19.

Councillor S. Ó'Faoláin

“That the Council correct the signage for the Irish translation of Glenageary Road Lower from the incorrect 'Bóthar Ghleann na Gaorthaibh Íochtar' to the correct 'Bóthar Ghleann na gCaorach Íochtarach', as per https://www.dlrcoco.ie/en/council-democracy/customer-care-communications/streetnames-and-placenames-dlr

20.

Councillor L. Hall

“That the Chief Executive will trial the introduction of cigarette butt bins in Dún Laoghaire to reduce the littering of cigarette butts on our streets and to support Dún Laoghaire Tidy Towns in their effort to keep our town clean.”

21.

Councillor C. Smyth

“That the Chief Executive examine and consider measures to prohibit youths from jumping of the wall/bridge on Dublin Road, Shankill on to the grassed area below (please see photographs and map of location)?”

22.

Councillor D. O'Callaghan