Monaghan County Council Notices 30th January 2020

Notice of Relocation of Council Planning Office

Please take note that the Council Planning Office is re-locating from Monaghan County Council’s Offices, The Glen to a new office at No.1 Dublin Street, Monaghan. The new Planning Office will open to the public on Monday 10th February 2020 and all new planning applications must be submitted to the new office at No. 1 Dublin Street from this date.

All site and press notices for any new planning applications being submitted from Monday 10th February 2020 onwards must state the application may be inspected/purchased at The Planning Office, No.1 Dublin Street instead of The Glen.

The email address will remain as planning@monaghancoco.ie and the telephone number will remain as 047 30532. Office opening hours will remain as 9.15am to 1pm and 1.30pm to 5pm.

 

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Temporary Closing Of Roads

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

Date of Closure:              Monday 17th February and Tuesday 18th February 2020

 

Times:                                  8am to 5pm

To Facilitate:                     Gas Networks Ireland

 

Road Closed:                    

LS-8511-0 Chapel Lane, Carrickmacross

                                              

Diversion Routes:

Traffic turning onto the LT-8511-0 Chapel Lane from the R927-3 Main Street will be diverted onto the R927-3 Main Street, then turn left onto the R179-6 O’ Neill’s street, then turn left onto the LS-8510-0, Turn Left onto the LS-8512-0.

 

Any interested person may lodge an objection to the closing of the above-mentioned roads with the Head of Roads, Monaghan County Council, MTEK II Building, Knockaconny, Monaghan not later than Tuesday February 4th.  Any objections must be clearly marked on envelope “Objection To Road Closure”.

 

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

 

F. McEntee

Head of Roads

30th January 2020

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Applications are invited from suitably qualified persons for inclusion on the following panel from which vacancies arising during the lifetime of the panel may be filled:-

Monaghan Business Support Executive

 

(3 Year Contract)

 

Salary €41,000 per annum

 

The successful candidate will be required to demonstrate proven experience and understanding of retail and marketing skills.  

Excellent planning, organisational, strong writing and communication skills and proficiency in the use of Microsoft office will also be a prerequisite for this post.

 

Application forms and further details are available to download from https://monaghan.ie/humanresources/2020/01/30/business-support-executive/

or from the

Human Resource Management Section,

Monaghan County Council,

County Offices,

The Glen, Monaghan.

Telephone No. (047) 73702/73703

E-mail: recruitment@monaghancoco.ie

 

 

Short listing will take place on the basis of the information provided on the application form and it is expected that given the qualifications and experience of prospective applicants that the short listing requirements will be significantly higher than the minimum standard set out.

 

 

Closing date for the receipt of completed application forms:

 4.00 p.m. on Friday 21st February 2020

MONAGHAN COUNTY COUNCIL IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER

Canvassing will automatically disqualify

 

 

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Lambing time will soon begin again.

Every year in Monaghan, there are many attacks on sheep by dogs, particularly around lambing time.

These attacks cause great cruelty and result in sheep and lambs dying from their injuries, lambs being aborted, and stock not thriving for fear of further attacks.

These attacks result in serious losses for the farmer, including veterinary fees, disposal of dead animals, the value of the dead sheep and lambs, and loss of thrive.

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

30th January 2020

 

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Comhairle Contae Mhuineacháin

Oifigí an Chontae, An Gleann, Muineachán

Monaghan County Council       

County Offices, The Glen, Monaghan

 

Notice of Rate having been made for Monaghan County Council

 

Notice is hereby given that The County Rate has been duly made on the rateable properties in County Monaghan.

The Annual Rate on Valuation for the Ordinary Expenditure for Monaghan County Council for the service year ending 31st December 2020 is €0.226

 

The Rate Book is now in my custody and may be inspected by any person affected thereby at the Offices of Monaghan County Council, The Glen, Monaghan. The said rates will be payable from and after the publication of this notice.

 

Under Section 7(1) of the Local Government (Financial Provisions) Act 1978, any person who is aggrieved at the failure of a rating authority to make them an allowance under the Act or who believes that they are entitled to a different allowance to that made, may within two months of the date of the making of the rate, request the rating authority in writing to grant the appropriate allowance. In case the request is not complied with within 28 days the person may, within four months of the date of the making of the rate, apply to the District Court to have the appropriate allowance made.

 

The above rate was made on the 30th January 2020. Any request in respect of an allowance under Section 7(1) of the Local Government (Financial Provisions) Act 1978, must therefore be made to Monaghan County Council not later than 30th March 2020.  Any application to the District Court under the same provisions must be made not later than 30th May 2020.

 

Dated this: 30th January 2020.

 

Signed: John Murray

Head of Finance,

County Offices,

The Glen,

Monaghan

 

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Public Alert:

Mains Flushing to Monaghan Town  Public Water supply

Irish Water and Monaghan County Council

 

Monaghan County Council on behalf of Irish Water wishes to advise that water mains flushing will continue to take place until February 28th 2020, on the Monaghan town Public Water Supply Scheme.

 

The following areas will be affected Cootehill road, Poundhill, Manor Wood, Killyconigan, St Davnets, Clones-Scotshouse road, Hospital—Milltown road,  Monaghan Town Centre, Derry road, Coolshannagh road, Derry road, Dublin road  .

 

Mains flushing is undertaken to improve the quality of water supplied to our customers. Customers in areas where flushing will take place will notice a temporary discoloration to their water but this discolouration will clear when allowed to run for a few minutes.

Water users may also experience reduced pressure for the duration of these works.

We regret any inconvenience caused.

 

Signed:          

Peadar Mc Guinness

Head of Water Services

 

 

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Road Works Speed Limit Order

Notice is hereby given pursuant to the Road Traffic Act 2004 Section 10 (1) of the Council’s intention to put in place Special Speed Limits for Road Works on the roads listed below in the Municipal District of Monaghan. The speed limits are being put in place in the interest of road safety to facilitate roadworks.         

                      

50km/h speed limit signs will be in place at the following locations in the Municipal District of Monaghan.Townland Name Start DateEnd Date
LP-1140:  For a distance of 650m between its junction with the LP-1135 and its junction with the LT-11404.Derrykinnagh More to Glenmore03/02/202030/11/2020
LP-1620: For a distance of 600m between its junction with the R186-4 and its junction with LT-16202.Cappog to Rafeenan 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LP-1121: For a distance of 150m between its junction with the LT-11111 and its junction with LS-5111.Dernagola 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LS-5181: For a distance of 1896m between its junction with the LP-1155 and its junction with LT-16302.Tirnaneill to Coolshannagh 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LS-5601: For a distance of 1830m between its junction with the LS5620 and its junction with LT56102.Knockaturly to Tetoppa 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LT-52001: For a distance of 637m between its junction with the N2 and its junction with LS5200.Mullanderg to Lisroosky 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LT-11313:  For a distance of 1735m between its junction with the LS-5140 and its junction with LP-1131.Drumbristan to Derryveagh 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LT-11405:  For a distance of 480m between its junction with the LP-1140 and its junction with the LP-1135.Glenbeg 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LS-7530:  For a distance of 1578m between its junction with the LP-3501 and its junction with the LS-7504.Lisnagreeve to Annaglogh 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

LT-56101:  For a distance of 1548m between its junction with the LS-5610 and its junction with the LT-56102.Feragh to Tetoppa 

03/02/2020

 

30/11/2020

F McEntee


Head of Roads

30th January 2020

 

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE REGISTER OF ELECTORS – CHANGE OF ADDRESS REQUESTS

If you applied to have your address changed on the Register of Electors (Voters List) and your old and new addresses are within County Monaghan, the change of address will not come into effect until 15th February, 2020.  Therefore, you must vote from your old address for the forthcoming General Election, 2020.  You can check your Elector Number and Polling Station online at www.checktheregister.ie or by contacting the Register of Electors Section of Monaghan County Council by telephone (047) 30551 or by email to register@monaghanococo.ie.

 

Cathal Flynn

Director of Services

30th January 2020