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Cllr. Seamus McGrath - The New Mayor of Cork County Council.
Today at a special meeting of Cork County Council in County Hall, Cllr. Seamus McGrath, was elected Mayor of the County of Cork and received the chain of office from outgoing Mayor Cllr. John Paul O'Shea.

Removal of Bathing Prohibition Notice at Cape Clear South Harbour
Updated water quality results show that  Cape Clear South Harbour has regained Excellent quality. Following advice from the HSE, the Prohibition Notice has been removed

Local Enterprise Office South Cork Contract Signing
Today June 17th the contract for the refurbishment of the old Motor Tax Office to facilitate the new Local Enterprise Office South Cork was signed in Cork County Hall.

Temporary Prohibition notice placed at Cape Clear South Harbour. (docx  ~47kb)
Elevated levels of bacteria have been detected in the bathing water at Cape Clear South Harbour. The HSE have advised a Temporary Prohibition notice be placed at Cape Clear South Harbour. The likely cause is currently being investigated.  Attached is the relevant notice which will be placed at South Harbour. Further samples are been taken today. This notice will apply until the quality of bathing water is deemed satisfactory and the notice can be lifted subject to HSE advice.

Cork County Council IT Network Outage in West Cork
Please be advised that Cork County Council's Western Division is experiencing network problems this morning. We are working to resolve the issues and hope to have the network back shortly.

Public Participation: Identification of Bathing Waters
Local authorities must identify official bathing areas in their area every year so that they can be monitored for safety, water quality and their level of use.  To help with this process, Cork County Council are asking people who swim at beaches, lakes and rivers to tell them if they think they should maintain existing designated bathing waters designations or give a new official bathing area designation to areas that are commonly used for swimming, but not identified at the moment.

Cork County Council is Ireland's first Local Authority to receive ISO50001 Accreditation
Cork County Council this week became the first Local Authority in Ireland to be fully accredited to ISO50001, the international standard for energy management, and in achieving this accreditation has now reached its legislative requirements under the EU Energy Efficiency Regulations 2014 ahead of schedule.

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