Dublin City Council finished “stabilisation works” three months ago on the 19th-century flour mill that it bought in 2018.
The parkland, which hosts Carr’s Mill, is owned by Ballisk Homes. A sign on the closed gate says that “trespassers will be prosecuted”.
Eoin Ryan’s one-man show, “Trawled”, is based on his harrowing experience working on a fishing boat in the Coral Sea, off Australia.
A performance space, upgraded playing fields, changing facilities, restoration of the old canal, a destination play area, and more.
An August effort to trim back vegetation to clear the tramway trail went way too far, locals say – and the council admits.
“Fragments from Life” at the Sean O’Casey Community Centre features photos from Brian Palm’s archive, ornamented with subtle collage that’s often easy to miss.
They aren’t suitable for use as housing, but the council will look at potential community and commercial uses for them, a council official says.
Now in draft stage, they would regulate parking and storage on the piers, expand the boundaries of Skerries Harbour, and more.
Critics say it means fewer benefits and limits who can apply. The company’s CEO says seasonal surges make it necessary.
These would be painted spots on footpaths where people could leave e-scooters they’d rented but are done with, for the next person to pick up.