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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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Liffey Cycle Route – public consultation

Dublin City Council is seeking feedback on plans to provide a high quality off road cycle route along the Liffey by Friday, 17th April 2015.
The Environment and Transportation Department has prepared four options for a cycle route along the Liffey Corridor, running from Phoenix Park to the three Arena in Docklands. These options have been published the on the cycling website www.cycledublin.ie
The options are also on display at Dublin City Council’s Civic Offices in Wood Quay, Dublin 8, at the Central (Ilac) Library and at Dublin City Library & Archive, 138-144 Pearse Street.
There will also be a manned session at Wood Quay on Tuesday 14th April, from 15.00hours to 18.00hours.
The public and interested parties can view all four options on this site and pick their preferred route. They can also state whether they support the proposals or not.
The preferred route will be subject to statutory consultation and planning process.
Dublin City Council request your feedback on the project. We are keen to get as wide a range of views as possible, so please do send in your submissions through the website or contact me with your thoughts.

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