ESB Outage Kill Area – Water Interruption – Fri 24th April 2015 5.00pm

There is an ESB outage in the Kill Area.  Outstation 3 has no power and as a result there is no water in Kill until the power has been restored

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Reminder – Your Vote is your Voice – Use It!

Your Vote is your Voice – Use It!

The 2015/16 Register of Electors came into force on 15 February 2015 and will be used at any other poll that may be called in the period to 14 February 2016.

A draft of the 2015/16 Register was published on 1 November 2014 and, as part of our public information campaign, was made available for examination in post offices, community libraries and Garda stations as well as online at www.checktheregister.ie until 25 November.

If your name is not entered on the 2015/2016 Register, you can apply to have your name entered on the supplement to the Register up to approximately 17 days before a poll (Specifically, more than 14 days before polling day, excluding Sundays, public holidays and certain other excluded days). A Form for this purpose is available on the sidebar on the left, or at your local post office, community library or Garda Station. You can also obtain one by phoning Kildare County Council on 045-980201 or by email at: register@kildarecoco.ie

If you have any query concerning the register, please either ring 045-980201 or e-mail register@kildarecoco.ie and a member of staff in our franchise section will be happy to assist you.

IF YOU FORGET TO CHECK, YOU MAY NOT HAVE A VOTE IN A POLL THAT IS IMPORTANT TO YOU.

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Kildare County School Folklore Project Records

The Kildare County School Folklore Project records are now available online. They are available at http://duchas.ie/en/cbes/CD, which is searchable via name, location, and school .

The original exercise books from School Folklore Project, undertaken during the 1930′s currently reside with UCD. Approximately 740,000 pages (288,000 pages in the pupils’ original exercise books; 451,000 pages in bound volumes) of folklore and local tradition were compiled by pupils from 5,000 primary schools in the Irish Free State between 1937 and 1939.

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Road Resurfacing on Barrack Street/Truce Road & Bishop Hill Road Ballymore Eustace

Kildare County Council will be carrying out road resurfacing works on Barrack Street/Truce Road & Bishop Hill road, Ballymore Eustace.

Estimated Start Date:            Monday  30th March

Estimated Finish Date:          Thursday 30th April

Working hours each day will be 8am to 6pm  (08.00 – 18.00)

Traffic management will be in place during the works.

Any queries may be made to the Naas Municipal District Office:

045-980425

 

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