Update on maintenance at Douglas Cemetery from Parks and Recreation, Cork City Council
“Cllr McCarthy, In relation to Saint Columba’s cemetery in Douglas. We acknowledge that the maintenance at the cemetery needs to be addressed.
We are currently reorganising resources to tackle the work in this cemetery to bring it back up to an acceptable standard. As you can understand we are still in an adjustment period for the expanded city and are planning further maintenance works to commence in this cemetery tomorrow.
The large bins at the cemetery were collected last Friday and we are awaiting delivery of new suitable bins from our supplier. The remaining litter will also be rectified shortly”.
Question to the CE:
To ask the CE for an update on the progress of the successful Urban Redevelopment Funding projects, and also a listing on those projects, which were not successful? (Cllr Kieran McCarthy)
That the public lighting on Wallace’s Avenue, Ballinlough be improved (Cllr Kieran McCarthy).
That the City Council give consideration to the CPO-ing of the derelict Lakelands Bar on Avenue de Rennes, Mahon as it is in a very poor condition and there has been no sign of redevelopment for many years (Cllr Kieran McCarthy).
In light of dereliction, traffic and spatial planning challenges that a Douglas Village Local Area Plan be created (Cllr Kieran McCarthy).
That the City Council appoint a dedicated Cycling Officer in order to build a positive narrative on the benefits of cycling and associated cycling community projects (Cllr Kieran McCarthy).