Councillor in Swords, Fingal County Council

Paul first ran in the 2014 local election on three broad themes of accountability, representation and community.

Paul’s electoral area includes Portrane, Donabate, Swords, Santry, Kilsallaghan, Rolestown, St. Margaret’s, Rivermeade and Meakstown.

Having lived in the local area all his life, one of Paul’s main concerns is the ongoing threat of coastal erosion in Portrane, and the need for the council and state agencies to put in place long term sustainable measures to protect residents, businesses, and Portrane beach – a vital community, tourism and environmental amenity which forms part of the Rogerstown Natura 2000 international site.

As a progressive activist for many years, Paul believes that through collective action it is truly possible to move towards a society and economy organised for the benefit of not just the few, but the many.

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2 weeks ago

Paul Mulville

Preparations are well underway for the Church of Ireland's annual Féte on 14th. July adjacent to St. Patricks Church in The Square, Donabate.
Come along and enjoy an afternoon of music and fun and meeting people, have a rummage around at the bric-á-brac and book stalls, you never know what you might find.
Afternoon tea and pony rides, fun for all the family from the very young to the more mature.
Free parking
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3 weeks ago

Paul Mulville

NOTIFICATION: ROADS AND SPECIAL WORKS PROGRAMME - WORKS FOR WEEK ENDING FRIDAY 29TH JUNE 2018

The Operations Department has confirmed the following works in the Balbriggan / Swords area for the week ending Friday 29th June 2018.

R108 Boot Inn (Huntstown) – Road patching/repairs

Dunbro Lane – Road patching and repairs

Rush Harbour - Stone surfacing

Naul Village – Stone wall repairs

In addition, the following locations are also listed for works to improve road and footpath conditions over the next two months. Works are planned with the following in mind: where possible works are outside normal working hours; after the Skerries 100 Race; and after schools fully close for the summer break.

Dublin Street Balbriggan - Footpath (outside the Health Centre/ St. Paul’s) – 25th June for 3 days

Dublin Street Balbriggan – Road (outside the health centre) to Market Street and St Paul’s on 25th July for 4 days

Dublin Road Lusk - Footpath (approx. 7th July for 7-8 weeks)

Skerries Road Thomastown - Footpath (4-5weeks)

Square in Skerries - Road repairs (2-3 days)

Monument Skerries - at Parking area, works over 2-3 days

Chapel Lane Lusk - Road and drainage works over 4-5 days


Ongoing Broadband Upgrade Works - Balbriggan Area and Swords Area.
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3 weeks ago

Paul Mulville

www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjjCNwm3AV8&feature=youtu.beFlavours Of Fingal 2018 was just incredible! The weather was glorious and people came out in their thousands to sample some beautiful local produce, see the ... ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

Paul Mulville

DRAFT FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL LITTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2019-2021 - CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS 5PM TUESDAY 31ST JULY 2018

consult.fingal.ie/en/consultation/draft-fingal-county-council-litter-management-plan-2019-2021
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DRAFT FINGAL COUNTY COUNCIL LITTER MANAGEMENT PLAN 2019-2021 - CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS 5PM TUESDAY 31ST JULY 2018

https://consult.fingal.ie/en/consultation/draft-fingal-county-council-litter-management-plan-2019-2021

We visit Newbridge House & Farm in North Co Dublin to see what it has on offer for visitors on #RTENationwide Wednesday 11th July @RTEOne 7pm & RTE+1 8pm @rte @NewbridgeHF @TourismIreland @DiscoverIreland @Failte_Ireland @abcassin RT

The #OccupiedTerritoriesBill is a welcome initiative - it is time that Ireland ceases trade in goods made from illegal settlements where Palestinians are violently thrown out of their homes #Palestine

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“Frances Black: Ireland must act against Israel’s war crimes https://t.co/eSjz32jdCv”

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