Sinn Fein Councillors Vote Against Closed-Door Budget

The Tipperary Sinn Féin team are proud to say they kept their word, and they honoured their commitment, by voting against the Tipperary County Council budget.   Unsurprisingly, the conservatives of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, and some independents voted in favour of increasing the tax on a family home by 10%. The Local Property Tax […]

Tipperary Parking Fines/Charges Increased By Almost €1.5m – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on Tipperary County Council to clarify the reasons why its income from Parking Fines and Charges increased from €1.6 million in 2014 to over €3.137 million in 2017. Deputy McGrath was speaking after it was found that the total income for the county from Parking Fines and Charges was […]

Ex Storm Ophelia Update From Tipperary County Council #HurricaneOphelia

Ex Storm Ophelia Update From Tipperary County Council 17th October 2017 12.10pm Tipperary County Council’s Crisis Management Team and the Interagency Co-ordination team met this morning to review the position in relation to the overall impacts of Hurricane Ophelia across County Tipperary. All National and Regional Roads are now clear in the County of Tipperary […]

Reuse Month Programme of Events in Cashel with Zero Waste Cashel #reuse17 #reusemonth

Reuse Month 2017 is part of a national environmental initiative to educate people about reusing end of life products and materials. It aims to encourage people to repurpose, refurbish, donate, sell or repair old items giving them a new lease of life and adding value. Currently, Irish people reuse less than 2% of old bulky […]

Lonergan Welcomes Call For Introduction Of Capital Grants Scheme

Independent County Councillor for the Clonmel/Cahir Borough District has welcomed that call for proposals under the Scheme of Capital Grants for Community Facilities & Amenities 2016-2019. According to Cllr. Lonergan, the scheme was developed by Tipperary County Council to provide community-based groups, clubs and voluntary organisations with a fund to support: • Development of “needs-based” […]

2017 Pakman Awards Nominations Shortlist Announced By Repak

Aldi Stores Ireland Limited, Clean Ireland Recycling, daa, Sligo University Hospital and Tipperary County Council have this morning been announced amongst the shortlist of nominees for the third annual Pakman Awards, powered by Repak (#PakmanAwards2017).   The Pakman Award, which is the overall winner’s prize, will be presented on the night at the Intercontinental Hotel on […]

Group Water Scheme Funding Does Not Make Up For €50 Million Cuts – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has said that funding for the 2017 grant allocations to local authorities for group water and group sewerage schemes is a drop in the ocean in comparison to the cuts imposed on the schemes over the last number of years. Deputy McGrath was speaking as Minister for Housing, Planning and Local […]

Boil Water Notice lifted in Cappawhite following completion of water mains upgrade

Irish Water and Tipperary County Council are pleased to confirm that a Boil Water Notice that has been in place for approximately 100 residents in Cappawhite since last October has now been lifted following the completion of remedial works in the village. This follows an investment of €600,000 to replace 2.7km of old cast iron water main […]

Council Slammed over plan for Ardfinnan Bridge – McGrath, Lonergan, Molloy

Independent Public Representatives Mattie McGrath TD, Councillors Martin Lonergan and Richie Molloy have slammed Tipperary County Councils decision to proceed and lodge a Planning Application with An Bord Peanala for Ardfinnan Bridge which will include the erection of censored traffic lights and the installation of a footpath on the carriageway of the bridge despite major […]

Public Urged To Get Involved In Clonmel Redevelopment

“Town Centres are going through transformational change and now is an opportune time for Clonmel to re-imagine its future with input from stakeholders and community interests,” according to Local Councillor, Martin Lonergan.  Tipperary County Council is seeking submissions from every section of the community in Clonmel and its environs as to how Gladstone Street and […]

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