MONAGHAN COUNTY COUNCIL
POSTAL VOTERS LIST
YOU CAN VOTE BY POST IF YOU HAVE A PHYSICAL ILLNESS OR A PHYSICAL DISABILITY, ARE LIVING AT HOME AND ARE UNABLE TO GO TO A POLLING STATION
You may apply for entry on the POSTAL voters list, which will come into force on 15th February, 2020, if you are unable to go in person to vote at your polling station due to a physical illness or disability which is likely to continue for the duration of the Register of Electors now being prepared.
A Blue application form (PV1) may be obtained at Monaghan County Council Office, local Library or Municipal District Offices during usual hours of business, or online at https://monaghan.ie/register-of-electors/ or www.checktheregister.ie
You should complete the application in accordance with the notes on the back of the form and, if this is your first application for entry on the Postal Voters List, have the Medical Certificate completed by your doctor.
If you have had a Postal Vote in the last year there is no need to re-apply.
Completed forms should be submitted to Gillian Coyle, Corporate Services, County Offices, The Glen, Monaghan, before 25th November 2019
A/Director of Services
29th August 2019
2019 Community Environment Action Fund
Do you have a project or initiative that could help to increase awareness of environmental issues locally, or that could help your community to become more sustainable?
If so, you may qualify for financial assistance from the
2019 Community Environment Action Fund (previously called Local Agenda 21 Fund). This Fund promotes sustainable development by assisting small scale, non-profit environmental projects at local level.
Does Your Project Qualify?
Projects should focus on environmental awareness and actions which support and complement national environmental policies such as those on waste, biodiversity, water conservation and climate change.
A wide variety of projects and schemes have been supported under the Fund in previous years, including community gardens and allotments, compost schemes, rainwater harvesting, biodiversity projects, waste reduction initiatives, educational initiatives and environmental exhibitions. Lists of previously funded projects can be viewed online at:
Depending on number of applications the maximum grant is expected to be in the region of €1,500
How to Apply
Application forms are available from www.monaghan.ie or directly from Environment Services, Monaghan County Council, Carrickmacross, Civic Offices, Carrickmacross. 042 9661240 contact person: Mary McCoy
Applications must be made no later than 5pm Friday 27 September, 2019, on an official application form to the above address or via email to email@example.com
For general information on the Fund or to discuss a project contact Moira Kelly 042 9661240 firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Services