The Clampers are coming.........
Residents of Monkstown, Booterstown, Blackrock, Dun Laoghaire, Glasthule, Sandyford and Dalkey
From June the 1st this year Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council are planning to operate a SEVEN DAYS A WEEK Pay & Display campaign throughout the county and it will be controlled by a private company. Pay & Display charges will be in effect until 10 o' clock at night including Saturday's and Sundays
These measures will impact greatly on the quality of life of the residents and will dissuade visitors and shoppers from coming here. As a resident you are now being forced to live in a large municipal Pay & Display car park - right outside your own door or garden gate. Why
The County Council will vigorously enforce the parking and clamping regime without any consideration of the needs of people who live, work or visit this area. In addition to these draconian measures the County Council also plan to increase the cost for Pay & Display - yet another rip-off stealth tax.
Family or friends visiting your home at the weekend, attending mass or local amenities will now be faced with the added cost of Pay & Display.
These new measures are apposed by Irish Village Markets, Dun Laoghaire Business Association, Dun Laoghaire Community Association, Dun Laoghaire Rathown Chamber of Commerce and resident, business, social, cultural and sporting clubs and many other associations throughout Dun Laoghaire Rathown
Please click on the link below to send us an email and have your name and address added to the petition to have this madness stopped. This petition will be handed in to the Minister for Transport, Martin Cullen T.D so please get signing, remember this cannot work without your help, we need to get as many signatures as possible so please forward it on to your friends, family and work colleagues - Thanks
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