South Central Area Committee (Wed, 12th Dec 2018 - 2:30 pm) 

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  1. This webcast is scheduled for Wed, 12th Dec 2018 - 2:30 pm.
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  1. 1 Delegation from Saoirse Women's Refuge

  2. 2 Minutes of Meeting held on 21st November 2018

  3. 3 Questions to the South Central Area Manager

  4. 4 Roads & Traffic Matters

  5. (i) Minutes of Traffic Advisory Group held on the 27th November 2018 in relation to Traffic Matters in the South Central Area

  6. (ii) Traffic Service Request Status Report at 15th November 2018

  7. 5 South Central Area Matters

  8. (i) Presentation on proposed Volumetric Housing Scheme in the South Central Area.

  9. (ii) Dates and deadlines for 2019 South Central Area Committee Meetings

  10. (iii) Naming and Numbering Proposal for a new development on a site at 10c Chapelizod Road, Dublin 20.

  11. (iv) Area Manager’s Report

  12. 6 Community, Culture, Economic and Emergency Services

  13. (i) Public Library Events for December 2018 – South Central Area

  14. (ii) Sports and Recreation Report for December 2018 – South Central Area

  15. 7 Emergency Motions

  16. 8 December 2018 Motions

  17. Motion 668. Cllr. Greg Kelly - That this Area Committee offers it full support to the Bluebell community and all the staff in the Bluebell Community and Youth centre. The break in and vandalism that happened in November was an attack on the community and will not be allowed to deter the great work done from the Centre.

  18. Motion 669. Cllr. Tina MacVeigh - That the Area Manager employ any available regulations or guidelines regarding appropriate shop front displays or advertising that could be employed by the area office to compel the adult entertainment shop on James St. to remove the obscene image which depicts a scantily clad woman in a wholly sexualised and sexist manner.

  19. Motion 670. Cllr. Greg Kelly - That this Area Committee calls for more regular cleaning of the gullies on Davitt Road. With the increase traffic on this road and the expected extra trucks using it the gullies will get blocked more often. The recent rain has shown that there is an issue with flooding occurring outside St John Bosco Youth Centre.

  20. 9 November Questions and Answers