Howlin, Brendan

Wednesday, 11 October 1995

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 456 No. 7

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Adjournment Debate. - Deterioration in Road Network.

I thank Deputy O'Hanlon for raising what is an important subject. Through this debate, we might alert people to the dangers he outlined. While we have all enjoyed the exceptional summer weather, the u...More Button

Written Answers. - Public Transport Drivers.

Was asked: if public transport drivers and other heavy vehicle drivers can be required to turn off engines when their vehicles are parked in areas of population.More Button

There is no such specific requirement in road traffic law. Regulations do, however, contain provisions in relation to excessive noise from vehicles, the necessity to prevent emissions, and requiremen...More Button

Written Answers. - Photographs on Ballot Papers.

Was asked: if he will consider allowing the photographs of election candidates to be included on ballot papers for future elections.More Button

The question of whether electoral law should be amended so as to permit the inclusion of the photographs of candidates on ballot papers is one of a number of electoral matters which I have referred fo...More Button

Written Answers. - Community Support Framework.

Was asked: the total funding drawn down in 1995 under the Community Support Framework and the breakdown by operational programme and sub-programme; the total amount of matching Exchequer funds provided by his De...More Button

I take it that the question does not relate to assistance from the Cohesion Fund or from specific Community initiatives. On that basis the information requested is set out in the following tables:More Button

Written Answers. - Subsistence Rates.

Was asked: the rate of subsistence payable to employees of his Department and all local authority employees for each of the years 1980 to 1985.More Button

The following table provides the information requested in relation to employees of my Department. The rates are determined by the Department of Finance. The A, B and C rates in the table also apply t...More Button

Written Answers. - County Meath Project.

Was asked: the plans, if any, his Department has to provide an allocation of funding for a project (details supplied) in County Meath.More Button

Last July Meath County Council informed my Department that they propose to provide a new pool in Navan, instead of the refurbishment of the existing pool. The council has been requested to submit pre...More Button

Written Answers. - Purchase of Local Authority Dwellings.

Was asked: the total number of tenants who applied to buy out their houses from local authorities in each of the years 1993 to 1995; and the numbers who applied prior to and after the changes made by him in allo...More Button

Written Answers. - Rate Support Grant.

Was asked: the level of rate support grant paid to Westmeath County Council for each of the last ten years; the percentage increase/decrease for each year from the previous year; the rate of inflation for each y...More Button

Levels of rate support grant paid to each individual local authority have been adjusted over the years to take account of other structural adjustments in the system of local finance, including in part...More Button


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