We have been asked to circulate the attached notice by the Stamullen Playground Group. Should anyone wish to respond in regard to this they can do so on the address below. email@example.com
Dear East Meath Resident, Please see the attached message of support from Deputy O’Dowd. “Dear JDCA,Many thanks for the below update,I must say a massive congratulations to your association for pursuing the matter and getting it to this advanced stage,As always if you require my assistance in anyway I’m always available and I hope to […]
Dear East Meath Resident, Good News on the Old Mill Site On 6th February Meath County Council issued a notice to the owners of the Old Mill Derelict Site, putting them on notice of their intention to start the process of listing the site on the Derelict Sites Register, in accordance with the provisions of the […]
Dear East Meath Resident, Stamullen Playground Committee have asked us to circulate the attached notice announcing a public meeting to be held on 30th November in St. Patrick’s GAA hall.
Dear East Meath Resident, You will be aware that a debate in the national media about the legality and advisability of installing CCTV surveillance in villages and towns. Duleek village has been the focus of this media interest. A proposal to install CCTV similar to that in Duleek is being promoted by Councillor […]
Dear East Meath Resident, Attached is a note of a meeting between JDCA representatives and Mr. Nicholas Whyatt of MCC to establish the position regarding the implementation of traffic calming measures in Julianstown, which is self explanatory. As you can see MCC have design capacity problems regarding this project. It has been indicated that progress […]
Dear East Meath Resident, Please see the attached note of a meeting which took place between JDCA reps and Mr. Fergus O’Dowd TD on 13th October concerning traffic and other issues of concern to the local community. Sincerely JDCA
News broke yesterday that Aldi was granted permission to build a new store on the site of the former nursing home in Laytown. Despite hundreds of objections An Bord Pleanála upheld Meath County Council’s decision to grant permission. The inspector’s report and the order are embedded below.
Locals in East Meath are all too familiar with the Old Mill saga. The Old Mill is a 17th century Mill, one of the oldest buildings in Julianstown and steeped in history and heritage for the village. It has been derelict since 2007 and the scene of illegal dumping, traveller encampment and other anti-social behaviour. […]
From our neighbours in Julianstown: Dear East Meath Resident, You will be aware that a group of travelers occupied the Old Mill Derelict Site for a period of over two weeks recently. The travelers have now gone leaving behind an appalling mess of litter, rubbish and scrap. (please see examples in the attached photographs) The […]