Meath Enterprise Week 2016

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Meath Enterprise Week 2016 #MEW2016

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The #MEW2016 Business Conference & Expo – 15th November @ Knightsbrook Hotel Trim, Co. Meath.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation
‘Get Connected – Make It Meath’
Enterprise events throughout Meath from 14th – 18th November

Register here for Meath Enterprise Week 2016

Local Events are listed on the @MeathEnterprise website: Meath Enterprise Week 2016 Local Events

Public Lighting Upgrade – Trim, Ballivor & Enfield

Trim Municipal District Public Lighting Upgrades

Works shall commence on Tuesday  18th October 2016 for approximately 12 weeks. A traffic management plan will be in place for the duration of the works at each location. Meath County Council apologises for any inconvenience caused and would appreciate the cooperation of all road users and the general public for the duration of these works.

Tower Court, Ballivor
Castle Abbey, Trim
The Priory, Trim
Delmere Estate, Enfield

Notice of Motion – Meath Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 initiative

Meath County Council Adopts Stayin’ Alive at 1.5

Meath County Council Ordinary Meeting 3rd October 2016.

9 Notice of Motion
9.1 Submitted by Councillor Trevor Golden

“Meath County Council to adopt Safe Cycling Ireland’s Stayin’ Alive at 1.5 initiative.
Supporting details can be found at http://www.safecyclingireland.org/stayin-alive-at-1-
5/

Supporting Information subject to the motion being proposed, seconded and
considered.
This matter was referred to Meath Sports Partnership and the Staying Alive 1.5
information is now available for viewing on the Meath Sports Partnership website.
www.meathsports.ie

Notice of Question – Contractors to grit public roads?

Meath County Council Ordinary Meeting 3rd October 2016.

8 Notice of Question
8.2 Submitted by Councillor Trevor Golden

“Are any systems/polices in place to allow the use of contractors to grit public roads?”

Response
There is a Winter Gritting Review Sub Group (a Sub Group of the Transportation
Strategic Policy Committee) meeting on Thursday 29th September and an SPC meeting
on the 13th October to review and discuss the 2016/2017 Winter Maintenance
programme. Systems/polices regarding the use of contractors to salt public roads shall
form part of these discussions.

Irish Water Service Disruption – Longwood (27th September 2016)

Meath County Council on behalf of Irish Water wishes to advise residents in Longwood that there will be water disruptions causing reduced water pressure and no water on Tuesday 27th September 2016 from 10am until 3pm due to essential maintenance.

A traffic management plan will be in operation for the duration of works.
Works are scheduled to take place from 10am to 3pm on 27 September.

Meath County Council on behalf of Irish Water regrets any inconvenience caused.
For further information please quote this unique alert reference number: MEA004611:
1850 278 278 (Normal Working Hours)
1890 445 335 (After Hours)

A Celebration of the life & music of Mickey McKenna

Alternative Entertainment presents:
A Celebration of the life & music of Mickey McKenna

Saturday 1st October

Family Concert at 3.30pm
Children of all ages welcome. Free performance

Evening Concert 8pm
Sean Garvey, Daoirí Farrell, Niamh Ni Bheolain, Liam Kennedy, Kevin Ward.
MC Finbar Boyle

Admission Free
Venue Trim Library 046 943 6014

For further information contact
Alternative Entertainments 087 2252 725 www.altents.ie

A Celebration of the life & music of

 Mickey McKenna



William Rowan Hamiltion and Space Navigation

An Illustrated Talk By Dr. Fiacre Ó Cairbre

William Rowan Hamiltion is Ireland’s greatest mathematician and is widely regarded as one of the world’s most outstanding mathematicians ever. This remarkable Irishman spent much of his youth in Meath and had his early education in Trim.

OPW HQ, Jonathan Swift Street, Trim, Co. Meath..
Friday 7th October 16:00 – 17:00.
No booking required.
This talk is free of charge.

William Rowan Hamiltion and Space Navigation

An Illustrated Talk By Dr. Fiacre Ó Cairbre.

Notice of Question – Residents Only Parking Sarsfield Avenue

Trim Municipal District Ordinary Meeting 16th September 2016.

6 Notice of Question
6.1 Submitted by Councillor Trevor Golden

“At the Trim Municipal District meeting held on the 21st September 2015, the following was agreed:

“Following consideration of the issues, it was agreed that signage, indicating ‘Residents Only Parking’, would be erected at Sarsfield Avenue. It is now a year later, why have these works not been completed?”

Response:
The sign ‘Residents Only Parking’ is currently being produced, as part of a larger signage order, and will be erected at Sarsfield Avenue as a matter of priority.