Cllr. Naoise O’Cearuil, Cllr. Paul Ward, and I have made a joint observation to An Bord Pleanála regarding the prosposed development at Mariaville, Moyglare Road and Dunboyne Road in Maynooth. You can view our submission here.
I have spoken with the Minister to highlight the urgent need for additional car parking facilities to accommodate the growing use of public transport in Kildare North. From my representations with the Minister I understand there is little funding available but he has informed me that a midterm review is Continue Reading →
I was keen to host a number of traders meeting in Naas and Maynooth following increases in rates as set out by the Valuations Office. The meeting were addressed by Declan Lavelle of the Valuations Office, Charted Valuations Surveyor Eamonn Halpin and chaired by Allan Shine of Kildare Chamber of Continue Reading →
I was delighted to attend the opening of the Irish Science Teachers Association (ISTA) conference held in Maynooth this evening. The annual meeting of Irish Science Teachers took place in the Glenroyal Hotel. The theme of the conference was ‘effective science communication’. It is vitally important we support our teachers Continue Reading →