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Cllr Dermot Lacey

Representing Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council
Dermot Lacey is a Labour Party Councillor for the Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council. Dermot has been a member of Dublin City Council since 1993, and lives in Beech Hill, Donnybrook.
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Council Matters – 4th anniversary show

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This week I appeared on the 4th anniversary edition of Dublin City FM’s Council Matters.  It’s a great weekly show about local politics.  You can listen to or watch my contribution below.

Appearance on Newstalk’s High Noon

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I was a guest on George Hook’s High Noon on Newstalk today.  If you missed it live, you can listen now on the Newstalk player.

Martin McEvoy Conference on Mayoral Governance in Dublin

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I recently participated in the Martin McEvoy Conference on Mayoral Governance in Dublin at DCU.  You can see my contribution here:

If you’d like to hear more from the conference, you can see all the contributions on the NorDubCo YouTube channel.

Prime Time: Effective Planning Systems

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I appeared on Prime Time on RTÉ1 last week to discuss proposals for new planning processes.  You can see the discussion with Minister Simon Coveney here.

Letter to the Editor: National Anthems and All That

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The Editor,

Letters Page,

The Irish Times

 

 

 

Dear Editor,

 

Brian O’Connor’s article on playing the National anthem reminds me of the Dublin City Council Executive who, many years ago, objected to my motion that we should fly the Dublin colours  whenever Dublin reached at least the provincial finals, that “ it would be unfair to people from outside Dublin”.  Thankfully the colours are now flown and we can celebrate our common City and County sporting success. As someone opposed to narrow Nationalism but proud to be Irish I hope that we will continue to loudly sing our National anthem on what is a very special day for most Irish people at home and abroad.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

Councillor Dermot Lacey

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