Category Archives: Kerry County Council

Kerry County Council Steps Up Response To Covid-19 Emergency

Kerry County Council Steps Up Response To Covid-19 Emergency

Essential and Emergency Services Continue / Offices Close to Public In Interests of Public Health / Recycling Centres Closed Kerry County Council is appealing to people of Kerry to adhere strictly to the new restrictions announced by the Government and the National Public Health Emergency Team in relation to limiting the spread of the coronavirus/COVID-19.… Read more…

An Important Message From Kerry County Council – Services Still Available

An Important Message From Kerry County Council – Services Still Available

Kerry County Council wishes to advise the people of the county that its services continue to be available to you. “We all to need to protect ourselves from COVID-19 so if you need us, we are asking you, where possible, to give us a call or send us an email in the first instance –… Read more…

Charlie Welcomes Grant News for Castleisland Projects

Charlie Welcomes Grant News for Castleisland Projects

Charlie Farrelly is the only elected area representative on the Kerry County Council’s Local Action Group  (LAG) – the approval body for the Leader funding programme. As such he has welcomed and made us aware of two broad brush strokes of good news for the Castleisland area. Floodlighting and Fencing Funds “I would like to… Read more…

An Update from Kerry County Council – 9am on Wednesday

An Update from Kerry County Council – 9am on Wednesday

A Status Orange Warning for Wind remains in place for Kerry until 1pm today – damaging gusts of up to 130kmh are forecast. There is significant debris on many routes with branches partially blocking roads. Kerry County Council crews are tending to the following issues, among others, this morning: Tree down earlier on the N70… Read more…

Council launches Kerry Cultural Archive Award for 2018

Council launches Kerry Cultural Archive Award for 2018

The 2018 Kerry County Council Cultural Archive Awards application process was launched by Cllr Norma Foley, Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council at the Local History and Archive Section of Kerry Library this week. Applications Invited Applications are invited for the development or preserving an archive with the intended cultural impact of preserving such material for… Read more…

Council’s Heavy Handed Rates Collection Process – Explanation Needed – Ferris

Council’s Heavy Handed Rates Collection Process – Explanation Needed – Ferris

Kerry Sinn Féin Councillor Toireasa Ferris has asked Kerry County Council management for an explanation for what many rate payers believe is a heavy handed approach in relation to the collection of rates. A Number of Complaints “I have received a number of complaints from rate payers this morning about what they see as a heavy handed… Read more…

It Takes a Village – Welcoming The Stranger Collective

It Takes a Village – Welcoming The Stranger Collective

The Girls’ National School Hall in Dingle was buzzing with drums, dance and laughter recently during the town’s Global Rhythm Festival, Cuisle Chorca Dhuibhne. Natives and Refugees Welcoming The Stranger Collective, a dance group of Kerry locals from Dingle, Tralee and Killarney as well as migrants, asylum seekers and refugees from Afghanistan, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Malawi,… Read more…

Ferris Offers Condolences on Death of Mary Brassil

Ferris Offers Condolences on Death of Mary Brassil

Kerry Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris has, on behalf of his party, offered condolences to the family of the late Mary Brassil, mother of John Brassil TD. “On behalf of the Sinn Féin party in Kerry, I would like to offer my deepest and sincerest condolences to John and his sister Norma, and the wider… Read more…

8,000 Bags of Litter Collected in Kerry by Record 5,500 Volunteers

8,000 Bags of Litter Collected in Kerry by Record 5,500 Volunteers

A record 5,500 volunteers took part in the Kerry County Clean Up last month which saw 8,000 bags of litter collected, the highest ever tally in the seven years in which the environmental and community initiative has existed – according to Kerry County Council statistics. Litter Analysis KWD Recycling and Kerry County Council have completed… Read more…

State of Glounsharoon River Can’t be Ignored in Kilbanivane Graveyard Solution

State of Glounsharoon River Can’t be Ignored in Kilbanivane Graveyard Solution

  Printed below, is a reply to a joint motion by Cllr. Bobby O’Connell and Cllr. Niall Kelleher on the rumbling issue of the flooding of Kilbanivane Cemetery. The reply is from Charlie O’Sullivan, Director of Services at Kerry County Council. Anglore Stream Consequences Taken into account here in this reply, and for the first… Read more…

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Category Archives: Kerry County Council

Kerry County Council Steps Up Response To Covid-19 Emergency

Kerry County Council Steps Up Response To Covid-19 Emergency

Essential and Emergency Services Continue / Offices Close to Public In Interests of Public Health / Recycling Centres Closed Kerry County Council is appealing to people of Kerry to adhere strictly to the new restrictions announced by the Government and the National Public Health Emergency Team in relation to limiting the spread of the coronavirus/COVID-19.… Read more…

An Important Message From Kerry County Council – Services Still Available

An Important Message From Kerry County Council – Services Still Available

Kerry County Council wishes to advise the people of the county that its services continue to be available to you. “We all to need to protect ourselves from COVID-19 so if you need us, we are asking you, where possible, to give us a call or send us an email in the first instance –… Read more…

Charlie Welcomes Grant News for Castleisland Projects

Charlie Welcomes Grant News for Castleisland Projects

Charlie Farrelly is the only elected area representative on the Kerry County Council’s Local Action Group  (LAG) – the approval body for the Leader funding programme. As such he has welcomed and made us aware of two broad brush strokes of good news for the Castleisland area. Floodlighting and Fencing Funds “I would like to… Read more…

An Update from Kerry County Council – 9am on Wednesday

An Update from Kerry County Council – 9am on Wednesday

A Status Orange Warning for Wind remains in place for Kerry until 1pm today – damaging gusts of up to 130kmh are forecast. There is significant debris on many routes with branches partially blocking roads. Kerry County Council crews are tending to the following issues, among others, this morning: Tree down earlier on the N70… Read more…

Council launches Kerry Cultural Archive Award for 2018

Council launches Kerry Cultural Archive Award for 2018

The 2018 Kerry County Council Cultural Archive Awards application process was launched by Cllr Norma Foley, Cathaoirleach of Kerry County Council at the Local History and Archive Section of Kerry Library this week. Applications Invited Applications are invited for the development or preserving an archive with the intended cultural impact of preserving such material for… Read more…

Council’s Heavy Handed Rates Collection Process – Explanation Needed – Ferris

Council’s Heavy Handed Rates Collection Process – Explanation Needed – Ferris

Kerry Sinn Féin Councillor Toireasa Ferris has asked Kerry County Council management for an explanation for what many rate payers believe is a heavy handed approach in relation to the collection of rates. A Number of Complaints “I have received a number of complaints from rate payers this morning about what they see as a heavy handed… Read more…

It Takes a Village – Welcoming The Stranger Collective

It Takes a Village – Welcoming The Stranger Collective

The Girls’ National School Hall in Dingle was buzzing with drums, dance and laughter recently during the town’s Global Rhythm Festival, Cuisle Chorca Dhuibhne. Natives and Refugees Welcoming The Stranger Collective, a dance group of Kerry locals from Dingle, Tralee and Killarney as well as migrants, asylum seekers and refugees from Afghanistan, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Malawi,… Read more…

Ferris Offers Condolences on Death of Mary Brassil

Ferris Offers Condolences on Death of Mary Brassil

Kerry Sinn Féin TD Martin Ferris has, on behalf of his party, offered condolences to the family of the late Mary Brassil, mother of John Brassil TD. “On behalf of the Sinn Féin party in Kerry, I would like to offer my deepest and sincerest condolences to John and his sister Norma, and the wider… Read more…

8,000 Bags of Litter Collected in Kerry by Record 5,500 Volunteers

8,000 Bags of Litter Collected in Kerry by Record 5,500 Volunteers

A record 5,500 volunteers took part in the Kerry County Clean Up last month which saw 8,000 bags of litter collected, the highest ever tally in the seven years in which the environmental and community initiative has existed – according to Kerry County Council statistics. Litter Analysis KWD Recycling and Kerry County Council have completed… Read more…

State of Glounsharoon River Can’t be Ignored in Kilbanivane Graveyard Solution

State of Glounsharoon River Can’t be Ignored in Kilbanivane Graveyard Solution

  Printed below, is a reply to a joint motion by Cllr. Bobby O’Connell and Cllr. Niall Kelleher on the rumbling issue of the flooding of Kilbanivane Cemetery. The reply is from Charlie O’Sullivan, Director of Services at Kerry County Council. Anglore Stream Consequences Taken into account here in this reply, and for the first… Read more…

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