Agenda and minutes

Venue: Dundrum Office - Main Street, Dundrum

Items
No. Item

291.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes

It was proposed by Councillor L. McCarthy and secondedby Councillor B. Saul and agreed that the minutes of the meeting of Dundrum Municipal Services Area Committee meeting held on the 7th November, 2016 be CONFIRMED and ADOPTED.

 

 

Maintenance Services

292.

Questions

 

It was proposedby Councillor L. McCarthy and secondedby Councillor L. Dockery and resolved:-

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 2 to 12. be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

293.

BROKEN LIGHT

294.

SOLAR COMPACTER BIN

295.

BIG BELLY BIN ROSEMOUNT

296.

RUBBISH AT ROSEMOUNT ESTATE

297.

GULLY CLEANING

298.

LAMPS ON OWENSTOWN PARK

299.

BROKEN MANHOLE

300.

CYCLE LANES

301.

Laneway clearing

302.

Foul Drain

303.

TAKING IN CHARGE

304.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading.

 

305.

Surface water and drainage problems

It was proposed by Councillor C. Curran, seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy

 

“That the Chief Executive will prepare a report on the ongoing surface water and drainage problems, being encountered by residents on Kellystown Road - particularly for those living between (addresses supplied). The report will also consider possible Taking-in-Charge options, Rights of Way and the Little Dargle river as possible elements that might alleviate to the issue. “

 

the report of the Acting Senior Engineer, Municipal Services Department was considered and ACCEPTED.

 

306.

Replace Post box

It was proposed by Councillor P. O’Brien , seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy the report of

 

“That this Committee write to the Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten TD, asking him to instruct An Post to restore or replace the post box that was previously outside old dentist surgery on Sandyford Road (across from the entrance to Furry Hill).”

 

the Administrative Officer, Municipal Services Department was considered and AGREED.

 

307.

Surface pathway

It was proposed by Councillor S. O’Neill, seconded by Councillor B. Saul

 

“That the Chief Executive surface the pathway up to the Luas line at Churchtown Road.”

 

the report of the Acting Senior Engineer, Municipal Services Department was considered and ACCEPTED.

 

Parks Services

308.

Questions

 

It was proposedby Councillor L. MCcarthy and seconded by Councillor S. Nic Cormaic and resolved:-

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 17 to 26 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

309.

TREE PRUNING

310.

PRUNE TREES AT GLENCAIRN OAKS

311.

SAMUEL BECKETT CIVIC CAMPUS

312.

TREE PLANTING FARRENBOLEY COTTAGES

313.

TREE PRUNING MOUNT ANVILLE WOOD

314.

TREE PRUNING AT BUS SHELTER KILMACUD ROAD

315.

GRASS VERGE SANDYFORD HALL

316.

REMOVE OVERGROWTH AIKENS VILLAGE

317.

CLEAN POND AIKENS VILLAGE

318.

SLANG RIVER

319.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading.

 

320.

Overgrowth St. Nathy's Church

It was proposed by Councillor E. Blain, seconded by Councillor P. Hand  

 

 “That the Chief Executive would cut the overgrown ivy, weeds and sapling trees on the Council owned piece of land at St Nahy’s Church, Dundrum (Upper Churchtown Rd, leading onto Sweetmount Ave). The overgrowth is hindering access on  the pavement, particularly for the elderly and disabled. It is also compromising the integrity of the heritage walls that surround the church grounds.”

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and AGREED

 

321.

Running Track Marlay Park

It was proposed by Councillor P. O’Brien, seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy

 

 “That this Committee fully supports the creation of a running track in Marlay Park.”

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and ACCEPTED

 

322.

Play Areas

It was proposed by Councillor. L. McCarthy, seconded by Councillor C. McKinney

 

 “That the Chief Executive would provide for more pocket play areas within the Dundrum Area.”

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and NOTED

 

 

323.

Trees Bird Avenue

It was proposed by Councillor L. Dockery, seconded by Councillor J. Kennedy

 

 “That the Chief Executive will plant more trees along Bird Avenue.”

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and ACCEPTED

 

324.

Repair playground Marlay Park

It was proposed by Councillor E. Blain, seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy

 

 “That the Chief Executive repair and tidy up the small playground in Marlay Park that has become quite run down."

 

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and ACCEPTED

 

325.

Seating in Public Areas

It was proposed by Councillor. L. McCarthy, seconded by Councillor P. O’Brien

 

 “That the Chief Executive would provide more seating in our public areas, like Balawley Park, at the Aikins Village pond and other public areas where people walk and chat.”

 

the report of the Senior Executive Parks Superintendent was considered and ACCEPTED

 

Transportation Services

326.

Questions

 

It was proposedby Councillor L. McCarthy and secondedby Councillor B. Saul and resolved:-

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 34 to 44 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

327.

LEFT TURNING LANE FROM BALLINTEER AVENUE TO BREHON FIELD ROAD

328.

BOLLARDS AT SAMUEL BECKETT CIVIC CAMPUS AT LEOPARDSTOWN ABBEY

329.

REMOVAL OF OLD PAY AND DISPLAY STUMP AT
MOUNT EAGLE LAWN

330.

Bird Avenue

331.

Bird Avenue

332.

DOUBLE YELLOW LINES AT ENTRANCE TO LUDFORD ESTATE

333.

REINSTATEMENT OF WHITE LINE AT JUNCTION OF
BROADFORD LAWN AND BROADFORD ROAD

334.


YELLOW BOX WYCKHAM WAY

335.

TRAFFIC LIGHT SEQUENCE LOWER KILMACUD ROAD AND DRUMMARTIN ROAD

336.

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ON BEAUMONT AVENUE

337.

SAFETY BARRIER ON DEERPARK ROAD

338.

Consultation with Garda Commissioner

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading.

 

339.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business under this heading.

 

340.

REMOVAL OF GATEWAY AT LEOPARDSTOWN ABBEY


It was proposed by Councillor C. Curran, seconded by Councillor L. McCarthy

 

 “That this Committee will write to the Minister of Transport, Transportation Ireland, the RPA and the LUAS operators to have the gateway removed at Leopardstown Abbey that leads on to the LUAS track as the gate increases the risk of a serious accident to LUAS users and pedestrians alike.”

 

An amendment to this motion from the floor was to ensure that this gate is locked and not removed.

 

the report of the Senior Executive Engineer Traffic Section was considered and ACCEPTED.

 

341.

Traffic survey on Deerpark Road

It was proposed by Councillor B. Saul, seconded by Councillor L. Dockery

 

"That the Chief Executive carries out a traffic survey for speed and volume of traffic movements on Deerpark Road. This survey should take place during the school term"

 

the report of the Senior Executive Engineer, Traffic Section was considered and ACCEPTED

 

342.

Conclusion of Meeting

The meeting concluded at 17.35.