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Paul Mulville

Councillor Paul Mulville - New Independent Councillor Elected To Fingal County Council May 2014

 Paul Mulville was elected as an independent candidate in the local elections in May 2014 for the Swords ward, which covers Portrane, Donabate, Swords, Rivervalley, St. Margaret’s, Rolestown, Santry, Northwood and Meakstown.

Paul, who lives in the Burrow, Portrane, says he wants to represent local communities by being a strong voice for their views on the Council.

"My priorities are protection of the environment, development of local facilities and better public transport.  I have long been involved in community campaigns fighting to protect the local environment, and to improve local facilities.  In particular I have been involved in the ongoing campaign to protect the Burrow Beach in Portrane, which is a matter of huge concern to residents, and which requires urgent action from the Council.”

“Local people must have their say in how our communities are developed, to ensure the sustainable development and proper planning of the Donabate Portrane peninsula and the Swords area.  Democracy and consultation cannot be an after-thought."

"Community facilities must be properly maintained and local people should the right to enjoy the best possible services from the local council.  Unfair cuts to essential services must be reversed and resisted."
Contact Paul Mulville – 0863787395

Paul Mulville, Independent candidate for the Swords local electoral area, has called on Irish Rail to provide shelters along the platforms at Donabate Railway Station.
Mulville said, “Commuters awaiting the train into work often get soaked on a rainy morning.  As someone who uses the train on a daily basis, I have seen this myself.  There is some room to wait in the station building, and underneath the pedestrian bridge, but on a busy morning there is a need for shelters along the platform.”
“Iarnród Éireann has stated that: ‘(w)ith regard to shelters at this location, unfortunately both platforms are quite narrow with minimal clearance distances between the boundary and platform edge resulting in passengers using either the station building or the bridge for shelter in the event of inclement weather.  An area on the city bound platform has been identified as a possible location to erect a shelter which will require a civil engineering solution.  I have requested for the feasibility of this to commence and this will be completed subject to funding being available.’”
Mulville concluded by saying that “I welcome this response from Irish Rail and hope that the feasibility study can be carried out and the funds put in place as a matter of urgency.”

Councillor Paul Mulville

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