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Cork Local Government Committee
On 15th January 2015, the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Mr. Alan Kelly, TD. established the Cork Local Government Committee.

Civic Amenity Sites New Working Arrangements
Civic Amenity Site opening hours across the Council`s eleven sites are to be standardised from Monday February 9th. This follows a staffing and operational review carried out by Cork County Council and which has been agreed with the unions.

Cork County Council Municipal District Community Grant Schemes 2015
Cork County Council, through its Municipal Districts, is committed to supporting local communities.

Cork to Consolidate its Position as a Major International Dairy Hub
New report predicts increased dairy exports from Cork of 450 million Euro by 2020 leading to 4,000 extra Cork jobs.

Launch: Monday January 26th, 10.30am, Cork County Council Chamber
County Hall; Cork to consolidate its position as a Major International Dairy Hub

Cork County Development Plan 2014 (pdf  ~310kb)
The Cork County Development Plan 2014 has been prepared in accordance with the steps set out in the Planning and Development Acts. It was adopted by the Members of Cork County Council on the 8th December 2014 and comes into effect on 15th January 2015. It is expected to remain in force (subject to any interim variations that the Council may make) until late 2020.

Calling All Cyclists Public Consultation
Cork City and County Councils are inviting all people with an interest in cycling in Cork to attend two Public Consultation events.

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