Agenda and minutes

Venue: THE ANNEX, COUNTY HALL MARINE ROAD, DUN LAOGHAIRE

Items
No. Item

94.

Confirmation and Adoption of Minutes

It was proposed by Councillor L. Dockery and secondedby Councillor L. McCarthy and agreed that the minutes of the meeting of Dundrum Municipal Services Area Committee meeting held on the 6th March, 2017 be CONFIRMED and ADOPTED.

Transportation Services

95.

Questions

It was proposed by Councillor P. Hand and seconded by Councillor P.O’Brien and resolved:-

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 2 to 9 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

96.

Councillor E. Blain - CYCLE/PEDESTRIAN MARKINGS BETWEEN SANDYFORD HALL
& AIKEN'S VILLAGE

97.

Councillor C. Curran - TRAFFIC LIGHTS AT LEOPARDSTOWN VALLEY/GLENBOURNE ESTATE

98.

Councillor C. Curran - SURVEY OF JUNCTIONS IN GLENBOURNE ESTATE
& GLENCAIRN DRIVE

99.

Councillor P. Hand - WIDENING OF ROADWAY TO PATRICK DOYLE ROAD

100.

Councillor P. Hand - FOOPATH & TRAFFIC CALMING SCHEME IN LANDSCAPE ROAD

101.

Councillor P. Hand - FOOPATH & TRAFFIC CALMING SCHEME IN LANDSCAPE ROAD

102.

Councillor J. Kennedy - SLIP ROAD FROM LOWER TO UPPER KILMACUD ROAD

103.

Councillor B. Saul - PARKING AT MOUNT ANVILLE PARK

104.

Local Parking Area Pilot Scheme

The report of the Director of Services was NOTED.

105.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business to discuss under this heading.

 

106.

Consultation with Garda Commissioner

The report was NOTED.

107.

SPEED SIGNS AT HILCREST ROAD

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

 

“That the Chief Executive would please erect speed signs and signs which display the speed of approaching vehicles to help prevent the speeding that takes place on Hillcrest Road, a very narrow road”

 

 

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

 

108.

PEDESTRIAN CROSSING ON CHURCHTOWN ROAD UPPER

It was proposed by Councillor P. Hand, seconded by Councillor S. Brennan

 

“That this Area Committee provides a pedestrian crossing on Churchtown Road Upper adjacent to the main shops at Churchtown village area.”

 

 

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

 

109.

SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL PROJECT FOR SCOIL SAN TREASA
MOUNT MERRION

It was proposed by Councillor B. Saul, seconded by Councillor J. Kennedy

 

“That the Chief Executive would work with Scoil San Treasa on the establishment of a Safe Route to School project. This would include making it easier to get to school from neighbouring roads. Special attention should be paid to the roundabout at North Avenue / Deerpark road and also to access from Cherrygarth and to crossing from Trees Road Lower.”

 

 

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

 

110.

YELLOW LINES ALONG HARLECH GROVE INTERSECTION WITH YALE

It was proposed by Councillor B. Saul, seconded by Councillor J. Kennedy

 

“That the Chief Executive puts yellow lines along one side of the section of Harlech Grove that intersects with Yale. This issue stems from overflow of UCD car parking.”

 

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

 

Maintenance Services

111.

Questions

It was proposedby Councillor L. McCarthy and secondedby Councillor P.O’Brien and resolved:-

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 17 to 19 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

 

112.

Councillor P. Hand - Lane Cleaned

113.

Councillor P. Hand - BROKEN PIPE

114.

Councillor S. O'Neill - PROJECTS PASSED AT DUNDRUM AREA COMMITTEE

115.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business to discuss under this heading.

 

116.

Councillor S. Nic Cormaic - This item to be re-entered

117.

ROAD RESURFACING

It was proposed by Councillor J. Kennedy, seconded by Councillor B. Saul

 

"That the Chief Executive would instigate road resurfacing along the section of the Lower Kilmacud Road starting adjacent to (address supplied) and finishing at the junction across the road from the shops at Drummartin, given the current extent of potholes and uneven surfacing there presently?"

 

 

the report of the Area Engineer, Ballyogan Depotwas considered and ACCEPTED

 

 

 

Parks Services

118.

Questions

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

 

“That pursuant to Standing Order No. 13 (c) question numbers 23 to 32 be ADOPTED and APPROVED.”

 

 

119.

Councillor C. Curran - TREE TRIMMING

120.

Councillor C. Curran - GARDEN IN SAMUEL BECKETT CIVIC CAMPUS

121.

Councillor C. Curran - SKATE BOARDING COMPETITION

122.

Councillor C. Curran - BALLYOGAN PITCHES

123.

Councillor P. Hand - TREES CUT AT THORNCLIFFE PARK

124.

Councillor J. Kennedy - TREE PRUNING

125.

Councillor B. Saul - TREE PRUNING

126.

Councillor B. Saul - TREES AT THORNHILL ROAD

127.

Councillor B. Saul - TREES AT DEERPARK

128.

Councillor B. Saul - PLAYGROUND IN CLONMORE PARK

129.

Alternatives to use of glyphosate herbicide in the control of weeds by Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.

The foregoing report was AGREED

130.

Tree Care Programme 2017

The foregoing report was NOTED

 

131.

Ministerial/Departmental/Other Correspondence

It was NOTED there was no business to discuss under this heading.

 

132.

GRASS CUTTING AND LITTER COLLECTION

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

 

 “That the Chief Executive will ensure litter collection will happen in tandem with grass cutting, especially in heavily littered areas in this administrative area.”

 

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

 

133.

Re-entering of Items

It was AGREED to re-enter Item 21.

134.

Conclusion of Meeting

Meeting concluded at 17.40