Thursday, 9 July 2009
Dáil Eireann Debate
Order of Business.
Local Government (Charges) Bill 2009 [Seanad]: Second Stage.
I welcome the principle of the Bill as Deputy Hogan has done. It has major implications for a county such as Kerry which has a very substantial dependency on tourism. According to the 2006 census th...
I refer to those registered with Fáilte Ireland. The Minister of State and his official may wish to clarify the matter. The impression of the individual with whom I spoke, a very credible operator w...
No, but he pays water rates. He is not paying commercial rates but he is registered with Fáilte Ireland. If the charge is introduced people will drop their registration with Fáilte Ireland, simply p...
Local Government (Charges) Bill 2009 [Seanad]: Committee and Remaining Stages.
I, too, have already said what I am going to say now. The revenue loss of €2 million that Deputy Mitchell mentioned represents approximately 10,000 people involved in providing self-catering units. ...
I presume some of them are very famous houses which attracted attention when the scheme was introduced some years ago. It will be stated that those who rent out their properties as self-catering holi...
Written Answers - Renewable Energy.
Asked the minister: the action he has taken to compel CIE to implement the 2007 direction to use 5% biodiesel in its fleets and 30% for newly acquired vehicles; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
Written Answers - Schools Building Projects.
Asked the minister: when work will commence on the proposed new school for a school (details supplied) in County Kerry based on the amalgamation of schools in the area; and if he will make a statement on the matter.
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