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Áras Chill Dara,

             Páirc Devoy,

                  An Nás,

                                                                                                            11 Nollaig 2009

 

 

 

 

Do’n Mhéara is Gach Ball de’n Chomhairle Chondae

 

 

A Bhaill Uile,

Tionólfar cruinniú míosúil de’n Chomhairle Chondae ar 2.00 p.m. tráthnóna dé Luain, an 21 Nollaig 2009 i seomra na Chomhairle, Áras Chill Dara, Páirc Devoy, An Nás, agus iarrtar ort bheith i láthair.

 

 

The monthly meeting of the County Council will be held at 2.00p.m. on Monday, 21 December 2009 in the Council Chamber, Áras Chill Dara, Devoy Park, Naas, and you are invited to attend.

                                                           

 

Le gach dea ghuí,

A.C. Talbot

Meetings Administrator.

 

 

Clár

(Agenda)

1. Chun miontuariscí 30 Samhain 2009 a ghlacadh agus tuarisc ar dul chun cinn a thabhairt faoi ndeara.

To approve minutes of monthly meeting of 30 November 2009 and to note progress report. (copy enclosed)

 

 

2. To note minutes of committee meetings:

 Athy Area – 21 September 2009

Celbridge Area – 5 November 2009

Clane Area – 10 November 2009

Kildare Area – 4 November 2009

(copies herewith)

 

Gnó Reachtúil

(Statutory Business)

General

3. To adopt corporate plan 2009-2014 (copy to follow)

 

4. To adopt strategic policy committee scheme (copy circulated separately)

           

                                                Planning

5. To consider taking in charge of the following estates:

(a) Clorane Brook, Ballyfair, The Curragh.

(b) Churchlands, Suncroft.

(report enclosed)

 

6. Gnó an Mhéara / Mayor’s Business.

 

 

7. Gnó an Bhainisteora / County Manager’s Business.

 

8. Comhfhreagras/ Correspondance.

Moltaí ó Choistí

(Committee Reports and Recommendations)

9. Athy Area

To consider taking in charge of Peel Hall Group Water Scheme.

 

Tairsceanna Curtha Siar

(Adjourned Motions)

10. Councillor McEvoy

That in light of specific legislative provisions for historic monuments advisory committees, and the exceptional record of the local experts who remain available to serve a committee in Kildare, the council considers whether to reconvene the HMAC outside the strategic policy committee system.

Tairsceanna Láithreach

(Current Motions)

11. Councillor S Doyle  
That all house purchases from the housing capital investment programme, within housing estates that are not taken in charge,  be contingent on verification from our taking in charge section that conditions of planning are being appropriately met by the developer or vendor.

 

12. Councillor O’Callaghan                                  

That Kildare County Council take the necessary steps to ensure payments of higher education grants for 2009 take place as soon as possible.

 

13. Councillors Langan, O’Donnell and Weld

That Kildare County Council call on the Government to support the retention of the existing Community Development Programme structures, and in particular the three CDP’s based in County Kildare, so that they can retain their status as independent companies limited by guarantee, and that the Council supports the three campaign principles of the Kildare CDPs which are:

 

(a) The Community Development Programme and the three Kildare CDPs deliver a value-for-money support for community development in disadvantaged communities across Ireland. At this time of economic downturn, CDP’s are needed now more than ever. Rather than disempowering local participation and active citizenship, the Government should support it by maintaining the present structures.

 

(b) The CDPs should remain as independent companies limited by guarantee, ensuring that local people are leading the development of their own communities without being restricted by other agencies.

 

(c)  If any changes are to be made to the Community Development Programme, that CDP’s are consulted with and listened to in a genuine way and not merely as a token gesture.