Monaghan County Council Notices 20th February 2020

COUNTY MONAGHAN (REGULATION AND CONTROL OF THE CONSUMPTION OF INTOXICATING SUBSTANCES IN PUBLIC PLACES) BYE-LAWS 2020

 

Notice is hereby given that the members of Monaghan County Council have adopted the County Monaghan (Regulation and Control of the Consumption of Intoxicating Substances In Public Places) Bye-Laws 2020 pursuant to the provision of Section 199(1) and (2) and in accordance with Part 19 of the of the Local Government Act 2001.

The purpose of the Bye-Laws is to regulate and control the consumption and possession of intoxicating substances in all public places in County Monaghan.   Provision is made within the bye laws for the imposition of fixed payment notices in accordance with Section 206 of the Local Government Act 2001.

The Bye-Laws came into effect on the 10th February 2020.

The Bye-Laws are available for public inspection/collection at the offices of Monaghan County Council, The Glen, Monaghan or can be downloaded here:

Map Attached To Draft Bye Laws (PDF)

County Monaghan (Regulation And Control Of The Consumption Of Intoxicating Substances In Public Places) Bye Laws 2020 (PDF)

Dated this 20th day of February 2020.

Cathal Flynn,

A/Director of Corporate Services

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Temporary Closing Of Roads

 

Monaghan County Council gives notice to close the following road in the Municipal District of Carrickmacross/Castleblayney in County Monaghan:

Date of Closure:              Monday March 2nd, 2020.

 

Times:                                  8am to 5pm.      

 

To Facilitate:                     Irish Water installation of a Bulk Meter.

 

Road Closed:                     R178-5 Parnell Street from Main Street to Bridewell Lane.          

 

 

Diversion Routes:

Traffic will be diverted straight on R927-3 Main Street onto Monaghan Street, turn left onto the LP-4050 Ross Road.

 

This notice complies with the Roads Act 1993 (Section 75)

F. McEntee

Head of Roads

20th February 2020

 

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Conservation of Historic Early Christian Sites Workshops

Monaghan County Council Heritage Office in conjunction with the Irish Archaeological Consultancy invites you to workshops and the presentation of conservation reports for Killeevan Old Abbey & graveyard, Old Donagh Church & graveyard, and Drumsnat Monastic site & Old Graveyard.

The workshops will be facilitated by Paul Duffy and Christina O’Regan, archaeologists and Shirley Clerkin, Heritage Officer.

These are taking place at the following venues and times:

Conservation reportDateTimeVenue
Old Donagh Church & graveyardTuesday 25 February10am – 2pmGlaslough Community Centre
Killeevan Old Abbey & graveyardWednesday 26 February10am – 2pmNewbliss Hall
Drumsnat monastic site & old graveyardThursday 27 February10am – 2pmThreemilehouse GAA complex

This is an open invitation to attend.  You may attend on any or all days.  Please notify Sandra McQuaid in the Heritage Office so we can provide sufficient refreshments and seating at 047 30500 or smcquaid@monaghancoco.ie

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Attention All Dog Owners

 

Lambing time has now begun.

In the last month, the Dog Warden has investigated two sheep attacks, one near Clones and one near Emyvale.

These attacks cause great cruelty to sheep and lambs.

These attacks result in serious losses for the farmer.

 

Any dog, large or small, may become involved in attacking sheep – MAKE SURE YOUR DOG DOESN’T GET THE CHANCE!

If you own a dog or dogs, you are required to:

  • Keep your dog under control at all times. This means not allowing your dog off your property unaccompanied.
  • Have a microchip certificate of registration which proves that your dog is microchipped and registered to you. (Required since April 2016)
  • Ensure that every dog under your control wears a collar bearing the name and address of the owner at all times and that the name and address are legible.
  • Have a current licence for each dog in your possession or a general dog licence to cover all dogs in your possession. YOU CAN NOW BUY YOUR DOG LICENCE ONLINE AT monaghan.ie

PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOG LICENCED, TAGGED, MICROCHIPPED AND UNDER CONTROL

Brendan Smyth

County Veterinary Officer

20th February 2020

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Vacant position on Economic Development and Enterprise Support SPC

Following the statutory process undertaken in setting up the Strategic Policy Committees (SPC’s), one vacancy currently exists on the Economic Development and Enterprise Support Strategic Policy Committee (SPC).   In accordance with the SPC Scheme adopted by the Council, one of the business  positions was reserved for a nominee from the Tourism/Hospitality Sector in Co. Monaghan.

Monaghan County Council is seeking expressions of interest from those involved in the Tourism/Hospitality Sector in Co. Monaghan who are interested in being a member of the Economic Development and Enterprise Support SPC.

Expressions of interest should be forwarded to Cathal Flynn, Director of Services, Monaghan County Council, The Glen, Monaghan – email cflynn@monaghancoco.ie before 5.00 pm on Friday 28th February, 2020.

Where a number of expressions are received the elected members of the Council will select the nominee in accordance with the SPC Scheme.

 

Cathal Flynn,

A/Director of Corporate Services

 

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE 2020/2021

REGISTER OF ELECTORS

 

The Register of Electors for the year 2020/2021 has been published and came into force on 15th February 2020.  Any elections/referenda held during 2020 will be based on this Register.   If your name has been omitted from the register (which is printed on white paper) although you were eligible for inclusion in it, you can apply now to be included in the supplement to the Register.

 

Conditions for inclusion to the Supplement are:-

 

  • be 18 years of age;

 

  • be ordinarily resident at the address at which you wish to be registered;

 

  • not already registered as an elector except in the case of change of address – if you are not on the register of electors and have moved residence from one constituency to another or within a constituency (different local electoral area) you may also apply for entry to the supplement. A separate form is available for this purpose.

 

Check the register at your local Post Office, Public Library, Garda Station, Municipal Districts or County Council Office and on line at www.checktheregister.ie

 

If you’re not already on the register, you can apply to be included in the supplement by filling out the green form (RFA2) available from the locations above or can be downloaded from www.monaghan.ie and posting or delivering it to:-

 

Monaghan County Council, Corporate Services Section, County Offices, The Glen, Monaghan.

 

 

 

Cathal Flynn

A/Director of Services

20th February 2020