“The threat of further savage Fianna Fail/Green cutbacks to Local Authority budgets poses a serious danger to the maintenance of essential services for local residents in Dublin North East”, said Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan.
Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan has asked Dublin City Council and Fingal County Council to ensure that all of the remaining debris from the Hallowe’en period is urgently cleared away from local communities.
Dublin North East Labour Deputy Tommy Broughan has learnt from the Dublin City Manager John Tierney that there are currently 26,619 families and households on Dublin City Council’s Housing List, with an astonishing 9111 families and individuals who are more than five years on the housing list.
Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan has again asked the Dublin City Manager John Tierney to urgently address all outstanding issues affecting residents in the North Fringe, Dublin 13 during a recent briefing for public representatives with the City Manager.
Dublin North East Deputy Tommy Broughan has criticised Justice Minister Dermot Ahern’s refusal to address widespread community concerns at the explosion in gold jewellery trading operations.
Local Dublin North East T.D. Tommy Broughan has raised proposals to close the Teagasc Reseach Centre in Kinsealy, Malahide Road, Fingal, Dublin 17 with the Dail Public Accounts Committee (PAC).
Local Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan T.D. has submitted proposals to Dublin City Council’s new Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy requesting much tougher measures against appalling anti-social activities in local communities.
Dublin North East Labour Deputy Tommy Broughan has congratulated the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA) on their successful application to An Bord Pleanala for approval for the development of Metro North.
Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan T.D. has welcomed approval by the EU Council of Ministers for a €7.4 million package from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGAF) for former SR Technics workers.
Local Dublin North East Labour T.D. Tommy Broughan has raised concerns with the Minister for Justice Dermot Ahern about the door to door collections of used clothes that are now happening practically on a day-to-day basis across Dublin North East and whether some collectors are even licensed or registered as charitable organisations.