Cllr. Paul Mulville,  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, Rush, Lusk, the Naul, Garristown, Oldtown, Ballyboughal and Balscadden.

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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19 hours ago

Paul Mulville

Paddy Monahan Soc Dems
I was honoured to be joined by Róisín Shortall TD at Kilbarrack DART station this week. Just a few days left for parents in Raheny, Clongriffin, Clare Hall and Belmayne to apply to enrol their children for Sept 2019 in the new Educate Together schools serving our area. Applications open until Friday 29th March.
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4 days ago

Paul Mulville

Heartwarming to see residents of Balbriggan unite in a vigil to stand in solidarity with all those affected by the terror attacks in New Zealand. Members of the Annur Islamic Foundation Balbriggan joined with locals of other faiths and none, to show our desire to live together as one peaceful community where our similarities are more important than our differences ... See MoreSee Less

4 days ago

Paul Mulville

WORKS IN DONABATE / PORTRANE AREA THIS WEEKEND & NEXT WEEK

The Council Operations Department has confirmed the following works are taking place in Donabate/ Portrane area:

1. There will be emergency works on the Beaverstown Road on Saturday 23rd March to repair a sewer blockage.

2. There will be a 24-hr lane closure in place on Monday 25th March and Tuesday 26th March on the Portrane Road (MEIC)

This will coincide with a lane closure from 10am to 4pm at the Maxol Station at Prospect Hill (Glenveigh)
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Thank you Paul for the updates.

Paul will these finish on time ?? As the current works already in place are causing chaos !! Normally takes me 15mins to get home , took me 40mins today

5 days ago

Paul Mulville

Reminder: Fingal Joint Policing Committee Public Meeting tonight, Thurs 21st March, 7.30pm, Grand Hotel, Malahide - covering Portrane/ Donabate/ Swords / Malahide and other areas ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder: Fingal Joint Policing Committee Public Meeting tonight, Thurs 21st March, 7.30pm, Grand Hotel, Malahide - covering Portrane/ Donabate/ Swords / Malahide and other areas
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Great to get out this morning to #Clontarf DART station with @RoisinShortall. Lovely bright morning and a reception to match from the folks we met. Happy to chat to people about the #SocDems vision for Dublin city.

Good news! A public tender to develop the Swords Cultural Quarter has issued. A multi million euro investment in a new Civic Centre, Theatre, Library, Arts space and Public Plaza around Swords Castle supported by @EIB @Fingalcoco @fingalarts @fingalcommunity @fingallibraries

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