Author Archives: Mark Wall

About Mark Wall

Member of Kildare County Council 2016 General Election Candidate

Vacant houses must become Family Homes 

Speaking following his motion to the Athy area Committee on Vacant Council Homes , Cllr Mark Wall welcomed the news that Kildare County Council have increased their budget to turn around these potential homes in quicker timeframes. In response to … Continue reading

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Start your own Business ? 

In association with Kildare Local Enterprise Office – May be of great help to someone you know ! 

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Community spirit alive and well 

Delighted to attend two fun days in Athy and Ballyroe. Well done to the Residents of Dunbrinn and Ballyroe. Community spirit at its best!

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Canvass Kilberry and Kildangan 

Out in Kilberry and Kildangan this evening , our office is open from 9.30 in Athy in the morning , if we can help you 

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Oral hearing concludes Day 1

The first day of the oral hearing into the Athy Distributor Road has concluded in the Clanard Court Hotel . Kildare County Council have concluded their evidence and those marking objections and observations have begun their evidence . The hearing … Continue reading

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July update on Athy Distributor Road 

I attach , letter’s I have received following my recent submission to An Bord pleanala in relation to the above much needed road. The oral hearing regarding planning for this road ,will commence tomorrow at 10am in the clanard Court … Continue reading

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Graveyard extension approved for Churchtown Athy 

I am delighted to report that following unanimous support at our Council meeting today , planning approval for the new extension to Churchtown Graveyard has received the go ahead. This positive news will include the extension , new car park … Continue reading

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