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Mary Fitzpatrick
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Female quotas needed in local elections
Mary celebrating International Women Day  wearing a gift from the talented Dublin jewelry designer  http://maireaddeblacajewellery.com/ Minister Phil Hogan could show a real commitment to gender equality in Irish politics by dedicating 50% of seats to femal...

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Dublin Directly Elected Mayor
Dublin City Councillors met yesterday evening in the Mansion House to discuss the proposal for a Directly Elected Mayor for Dublin. At the meeting they were advised that Minister Hogan will give feedback on their proposal for a Directly Elected Mayor for D...

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Social Housing
I was delighted to attend the official launch of the Fold Ireland Social Housing Project in Ballygall Road East in Finglas this morning.   This is a great i nitiative by Fold Ireland and Dublin City Council and it will make a real difference for those fortu...

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Local Area Plan
As a City Councillor I actively engaged and worked with local residents and Dublin City Council planners and administrators to prepare the Phibsborough Local Area Plan which was adopted and approved by the full City Council in 2008.  The need for a plan was...

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Planning Applications
The Grangegorman Development Agency is about to lodge two new planning applications. One is for a new Primary Care Health Centre and the other is for a Dublin Bus Car park which will be located under the replacement bus parking area at Broadstone. The GGDA...

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Property Tax
The Labour Party 'plans' to cut property tax by 15% is a further insult to Dublin homeowners. The Labour party supported the introduction of Fine Gaels’ unfair and anti-Dublin property tax. Labour conspired to conceal the full impact of the property tax by...

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Minister's should own up to their role in Irish Water fiasco. 
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