Adjournment Debate Matters.

Tuesday, 2 March 2010

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 703 No. 4

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An Leas-Cheann Comhairle: Information on Brendan Howlin  Zoom on Brendan Howlin  I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 21 and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputy Leo Varadkar — the construction and completion of the N2-N3 link road; (2) Deputy John O’Mahony — the calculation of payments to upland sheep farmers in the Nephin Beg region, County Mayo; (3) Deputy Andrew Doyle — the inclusion of horticultural products in the compensation scheme for persons whose crops were damaged recently by frost; (4) Deputy Jack Wall — the need to implement section 34 of the Housing Act 2009 for local authorities to deal with housing loans; (5) Deputy Michael McGrath — the need to develop an extension for Shanbally national school, Ringaskiddy, County Cork; (6) Deputy Joan Burton — the implications for service delivery of non pay budget cuts in 2010 at Connolly Hospital, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15; (7) Deputy Tom Sheahan — the availability of funding for the Waterville sewerage scheme and the Kilcummin sewerage scheme, County Kerry; (8) Deputy Pat Breen — the measures being taken to address the non-filling of a SENO position in County Clare and the consequent implications for the processing of applications from schools for resource teachers and special needs assistants; (9) Deputy Martin Ferris — the dispute at the Green Isle factory, Naas, County Kildare; (10) Deputy Jan O’Sullivan — the rights of former workers at Dell, Limerick, and at ancillary companies; (11) Deputy John Perry — the need to settle the Byrne case under the Lost at Sea compensation scheme in line with the recommendations of the Ombudsman; (12) Deputy Joe Costello — the crisis in accident and emergency units in Dublin; (13) Deputy David Stanton — the provision of funding in respect of the repair of the weir and fish pass in Fermoy, County Cork, in conjunction with the flood relief programme; and (14) Deputy Frank Feighan — the provision of funding of rural transport by a company Rural Lift in County Leitrim and west County Cavan.

The matters raised by Deputies Martin Ferris, Tom Sheahan, David Stanton and Michael McGrath have been selected for discussion.


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