Articles tagged with: Castleblayney Town Council

CONCERN AIRED OVER ‘VALIDITY’ OF STREET COLLECTIONS

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25 Jan 2013 Comments Off on CONCERN AIRED OVER ‘VALIDITY’ OF STREET COLLECTIONS

AN ALARMING claim was made by a town councilor at a meeting of Castleblayney Town Council Joint Policing Committee on Monday night last that some of the public collections on town streets involve bogus collectors who use an invented charitable cause—and later split the proceeds! Cllr Brendan Hughes made the claim that it came to his knowledge that some collectors were known to have appeared on streets using the name of a charity that was ‘non-existent’!. The issue led to a considerable debate at the meeting with Garda ...

IT’S ‘WAR’ AND FINES OF €150 FOR CARELESS DUMPING AT 'BLAYNEY BRING BANKS

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25 Jan 2013 Comments Off on IT’S ‘WAR’ AND FINES OF €150 FOR CARELESS DUMPING AT 'BLAYNEY BRING BANKS

By PATSY McARDLE A STERN public warning was delivered at a meeting of Castleblayney Town Council Joint Policing Committee in the Glencarn Hotel on Monday night last, that people who bring cardboard containers with litter or household waste in bags and dump them beside Bring Banks, which are provided exclusively for clothing and glass, are now being monitored on a CCTV system, and offenders face minimal on-the-spot fines of €150. Nial O’Connor, an Environmental Awareness ...

BLAYNEY COUNCIL’S COURT THREAT TO TEN RATEPAYERS

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26 Jan 2012 Comments Off on BLAYNEY COUNCIL’S COURT THREAT TO TEN RATEPAYERS

By PATSY McARDLE MANAGER’S Orders circulated to members of Castleblayney Town Council at Tuesday night’s meeting named ten local businessmen who face prosecutions being initiated for arrears of municipal rates—some dating back to 2009. The orders related to the owners of different premises, all of whom were publicly named in the Managers’ Orders. At the outset, Cllr. Brendan Hughes said he was opposed to such a drastic step being taken by the Council . He said it was because of the financial difficulties facing so many people in the town’s ...