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Topical Issue Matters (22 Nov 2017)

Pat Gallagher: ...of which notice has been given under Standing Order 29A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputies Martin Kenny and Marc MacSharry - the need to address health and safety concerns at Sligo Garda station; (2) Deputies Sean Fleming, Carol Nolan, Martin Heydon and Brian Stanley - the future of the Midland Regional Hospital, Portlaoise; (3) Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív -...

Questions on Promised Legislation (22 Nov 2017) See 1 other result from this debate

Eamon Scanlon: ...to 2040, which proposes five major economic zones, namely, Dublin, Galway, Limerick, Waterford and Cork. There is nothing above the line from Dublin to Galway and no mention of Carrick-on-Shannon, Sligo, Donegal or Letterkenny. The plan is flawed. We do not want a fancy plan but balanced regional development where the north west has an equal chance of producing jobs.

Rural Crime: Motion (21 Nov 2017) See 1 other result from this debate

Martin Kenny: I support the motion. My constituency of Sligo-Leitrim is rural and sparsely populated. Many people living in rural areas, particularly in isolated farmhouses, are fearful of strangers arriving. This is a widespread phenomenon. It is important to note, however, that rural areas are generally safe places to live. The House should not send out a message that this is solely a bad news...

Topical Issue Debate: Fodder Crisis (21 Nov 2017)

Eamon Scanlon: Much has been said about the difficulties being faced by farmers now. In Sligo, Leitrim, north Roscommon and south Donegal, it is no different from the rest of the country as described by the others who have spoken. We have farmers who have had cattle in since the end of August and early September, as was said earlier. The cut of silage at the beginning of the year was quite good but what...

Topical Issue Matters (21 Nov 2017)

Pat Gallagher: ...in Killarney; (5) Deputy Peter Burke - the absence of wind energy guidelines and the impact on planning; (6) Deputies Martin Kenny and Marc MacSharry - the need to address health and safety concerns at Sligo Garda station; (7) Deputies Niall Collins, Bobby Aylward, Charlie McConalogue, Jackie Cahill, Dara Calleary, Brendan Smith, Anne Rabbitte and Eamon Scanlon - the need for action to...

Order of Business (21 Nov 2017) See 5 other results from this debate

Marc MacSharry: ...of new stations which are "critical to delivering effective policing". I could not agree more. As Deputy Micheál Martin stated earlier, there is a serious issue in the regional Garda station in Sligo where an assistant commissioner sits.

Seanad: Commencement Matters: Disablement Benefit (21 Nov 2017)

Frank Feighan: ...important Commencement matter. Disablement benefit has been a very welcome development for many ex-miners. I live a short distance from Arigna, which is in the vicinity of north Roscommon, south Sligo and Leitrim, and many men worked hard in the mines all their lives to provide for their families. Unfortunately, many suffered severe illnesses due to working long hours in the mines. As...

Written Answers — Department of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation: Departmental Staff Training (21 Nov 2017)

Frances Fitzgerald: ...College, BT Communications Ireland, Carr Communications, CERNAM Ltd, Chartered Accountants Ireland, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, DBS, DIT, Espion Ltd, Independent Colleges, IPA, Carlow IT, Sligo IT, iPass, Irish Academy of Computer Training, Irish Times Training, Irish Bankers Institute, Jefferson Computer, Letterkenny IT, National College of Ireland, New Horizons, Olas,...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Pension Provisions (21 Nov 2017)

Paschal Donohoe: ...and Consumer Protection Commission 25 Coombe Lying–In Hospital 256 COPE Foundation 439 Cork City Council 113 Cork County Council 237 Cork Education and Training Board 511 Cork Institute of Technology 122 County Leitrim Vocational Education Committee 34 County Sligo Vocational Education Committee 118 County Westmeath Vocational Education Committee 92 Courts...

Written Answers — Department of Public Expenditure and Reform: Departmental Contracts (21 Nov 2017)

Kevin Moran: ...;17,360 €38,925 Lismore GS €9,211 €11,513 €11,513 €6,908 €11,513 Listowel GS €14,170 €14,170 €17,906 €12,110 €15,941 Loughrea GS €21,505 €30,267 €23,276 €14,591 €25,278 Lucan GS €62,279 €78,679 €66,379 €59,573 €86,100...

Written Answers — Department of Education and Skills: Further Education and Training Colleges (21 Nov 2017)

John Halligan: ...Boards (ETBs) is not available by county as requested, I attach a breakdown of the capital allocation to each of the ETBs in the counties requested. - 2016 2017 Funds Disbursed Funds to be Disbursed ETB € € Galway, Roscommon (GRETB) 245,817 251,091 Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim (MSLETB) 453,934 268,635 Tipperary (TETB) 0 0 Waterford, Wexford (WWETB) 359,810...

Written Answers — Department of Health: Respite Care Services Funding (21 Nov 2017)

Tony McLoughlin: 357. To ask the Minister for Health if a dedicated funding allocation can be made available to the HSE locally for increased levels of respite care in counties Sligo and Leitrim CHO1 region in view of the fact that new houses need to be purchased to provide this care; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [48964/17]

Written Answers — Department of Health: Services for People with Disabilities (21 Nov 2017)

Eamon Scanlon: 408. To ask the Minister for Health when residential respite services will be restored in counties Sligo and Leitrim; if his attention has been drawn to the fact that it is almost a year since the state of the art, purpose built facility, Solas, stopped providing respite services; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [49302/17]

Written Answers — Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine: Fodder Crisis (21 Nov 2017)

Michael Creed: ...,315.62 Laois 55 18,999.44 Leitrim 769 71,070.54 Limerick 1,437 314,616.64 Longford 108 7,004.1 Louth 10 8,006.16 Mayo 1,197 85,947.32 Meath 98 65,171.93 Monaghan 457 111,669.16 Offaly 177 18,913.07 Roscommon 868 70,937.62 Sligo 585 49,877.96 Tipperary 844 125,401.18 Waterford 47 7,448.64 Westmeath 146 34,606.16 Wexford 2 1,106.02 Wicklow 2 2,027.12 TOTAL 16,120 2,554,372.22

Written Answers — Department of Children and Youth Affairs: Child Care Services Funding (21 Nov 2017)

Katherine Zappone: ...Kilkenny 35 7 1 20 Laois 59 9 1 36 Leitrim 15 4 2 8 Limerick 134 10 3 91 Longford 29 2 13 Louth 79 9 1 41 Mayo 53 7 31 Meath 96 17 2 46 Monaghan 28 5 23 Offaly 41 7 31 Roscommon 32 2 18 Sligo 21 8 16 Tipperary 91 11 2 58 Waterford 53 7 1 31 Westmeath 44 5 19 Wexford 88 2 1 51 Wicklow 50 5 1 26 county not known 18 Number of Children receiving AIM support in ECCE...

Written Answers — Department of Rural and Community Development: Seniors Alert Scheme (21 Nov 2017)

Marc MacSharry: ...Community Development if he is will request Pobal to run at least one of the upcoming information events regarding the operation of the new seniors alerts scheme for community groups in counties Sligo and Mayo outside of normal working hours in order to facilitate persons who run this scheme (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [48816/17]

Written Answers — Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection: Departmental Staff Training (21 Nov 2017)

Regina Doherty: ...PDP PFH Technology Group Phoenix Safety Ltd Plural Sight LCC Prodata Business Systems Ltd Professional Development Ltd. Right Coaching & HR Solutions Robert Carty, Sean O’Brien Second Sight Development & Training Sligo Park Hotel Social Justice Ireland Social Research Association StayAhead Training Ltd SureSkills Limited ...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Housing Assistance Payment Expenditure (21 Nov 2017)

Eoghan Murphy: ... 28 1.6% Longford County Council 60 - 0.0% Louth County Council 1,568 68 4.3% Mayo County Council 624 408 65.4% Meath County Council 856 315 36.8% Monaghan County Council 360 12 3.3% Offaly County Council 465 3 0.6% Roscommon County Council 74 - 0.0% Sligo County Council 347 2 0.6% South Dublin County Council* 1,783 13 0.7% ...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Traveller Accommodation (21 Nov 2017)

Damien English: ....12 Laois 0 0 - 0 Leitrim 18,800 12,794 98,875.00 0 Longford 2,900 0 2,922.00 0 Louth 0 444,484 237,087.00 0 Mayo 0 0 - 0 Meath 120,000 76,877 129,000.00 5,750.00 Monaghan 0 0 - 0 Offaly 73,000 37,775 847,917.00 22,700.00 Roscommon 50,000 10,808 52,617.00 52,616.62 Sligo 0 0 161,249.00 0 Tipperary 900,000 1,399,370 327,492.00 399,337.00 Westmeath 208,000 48,000 - 0 Wexford...

Written Answers — Department of Housing, Planning, and Local Government: Land Availability (21 Nov 2017)

Eoghan Murphy: ...yet to submit Strategic Development and Management Plans as at 20/11/2017 Carlow County Council Cork County Council Longford County Council Meath County Council Tipperary County Council Sligo County Council Waterford City & County Council Wexford County Council Wicklow County Council When all the plans have been reviewed and finalised, they will be made available publicly,...

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