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I’m the Green Party representative for Stillorgan local electoral ward, for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council. Having grown up in Stillorgan, it is an honour to represent my ward in the Council.

I was first elected in 2019. The Stillorgan ward covers Belfied,  Carrickmines, Clonskeagh, Deerpark, Foxrock, Kilmacud, Leopardstown, Merville, Milltown, Mount Merrion, Roebuck, and Stillorgan.

Since being elected I have worked for the prioritisation of childcare facilities in residential developments, ensured that a ‘night-time economy’ policy was included in the County Development Plan and fought for safe, segregated cycle lanes across the County. A more environmentally friendly community is a healthier and happier one. I am committed to fighting for that change in Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown…..read more here.

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Apply now for school bike parking

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council has opened applications for cycle and scooter parking facilities in schools across the County.  All schools in the have been contacted and requested to apply for funding. If you feel that your school would benefit from cycle and/or scooter parking facilities, then please contact your school and ask them to apply. The deadline for applications is the 16th March 2022.   This funding…

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Season’s Greetings

With the end of the year fast approaching, I just wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a happy New Year – and to thank you for your support over the past year and for your continued support going forward. Some important information regarding the upcoming Christmas period: I can be contacted…

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Ireland’s first “science candidate” launches bid for Seanad seat

The Green Party’s Eva Dowling has officially launched her bid for a Seanad seat today (26.02.20), running as Ireland’s first ever “science candidate”. Cllr. Dowling MSc– who was elected to Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council on her first attempt last year – is running on the NUI panel for the Seanad election. A Green Party…

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