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Clean-up Year End

Clean Up year end

Clean-Up Day

Dear Resident(s),

We are holding our annual Spring clean-up Day this coming Saturday(24th) from 11am to 3PM.    (See attached !!) 

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Notice on Halloween

NOTICE FROM FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL HALLOWEEN 2012
WHY SHOULD WE AVOID BUILDING OR ATTENDING BONFIRES?
  • Burning tyres and other toxic materials releases pollutants into the atmosphere, which is bad for our health, especially for asthma sufferers and those with respiratory diseases.
  • Ilegal bonfires are dangerous – children, adults and pets are at a high risk of injury and trauma from fireworks and bonfires.
  • It's bad for the environment - burnt earth on parklands, pitches and community green spaces will take approximately 18 months to recover before grass will grow back.
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LITTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2012-2015

Fingal County Council proposes to replace its Litter Management Plan. The new plan will operate for the period 2012 to 2015. Fingal County Council invites members of the public and interested parties to submit their feedback on the draft Litter Management Plan 2012-2015, now available for downloading below and at their offices at Grove Road (Blanchardstown), County Hall (Swords), Balbriggan Town Hall and all County libraries. Read More...

2nd Leaf Collection Day!

To All Residents of Maple/Sycamore and Cherry Estates
ON SATURDAY 3 December 2011
Bring a rake and help us sweep up what Autumn has left behind. This will provide more safety on our roads and help unblock our shores.
 
Where: Tennis Courts (Sycamore Green)
When:  10am to 1pm
Bags:   Provided by Residents Association at Tennis Courts
Fingal County Council is facilitating us by collecting these at 13:00. Please - PASS THE WORD AROUND as no leaflet notification is available for this event.
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Avoid potential vandalism and littering

"A resident on Sycamore Avenue has contacted us with concern regarding bins, particularly green bins being left out the night before collection. Several bins from Sycamore View and the Avenue have been recently removed, with rubbish inside being burned and the bins themselves, on occasion, being thrown into a fire and melting down. If residents can avoid leaving their bins out, they may avoid the potential cost of a new bin and polluting the environment." Read More...