"We need a representative who is passionate about change. You're that person!"
Sabrina Ferris
"I've worked closely with Cllr Francis Timmons many times, and he always comes from a strong social justice perspective. He's extremely hard working, passionate. We need strong Independent voices like Francis in our Councils and local authorities."
Senator Frances Black - Independent
"I am glad that a person of such integrity is going forward for public office."
Jim Jackman (Former President of the National Parents Council PP)
"He has inspired many people first hand and nothing ever seems to stop him promoting fairness and equality!"
Shonach Hanaphy
"It is a breath of fresh air to have a man such as yourself represent the forgotten public. With your years of first hand experiences, kindness and your courage to ask the right questions to the right people."
Margaret Kerslake
“Francis is an exemplary public representative deeply embedded in his community and wider constituency. The energy that he brings to his community and voluntary work is breath-taking and humbling.”
Senator Gerard Craughwell
“A lot of what Francis does goes unseen and unreported but not unappreciated by the countless people he has helped and represented. Everything he does is framed by his long standing commitment to equality, inclusion and social justice. He truly is a politician for the people.”
Senator Gerard Craughwell
"Think you are a great independent voice for the people in Clondalkin."
Ann Reynolds
"Francis is very proactive within our community, will always follow up on your quires and mainstains clear communications at all times"
Jakki Byrne - Cherrywood
"if you need a voice on SDCC vote for Francis Timmons #1"
Mike Lowry - Newcastle
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Library for Rathcoole

MEETING OF CLONDALKIN AREA COMMITTEE

Wednesday, December 09, 2015

MOTION NO. 1

MOTION: Councillor F. Timmons

Cathaoireleach’s Business

“That in order to progress a Library for Rathcoole that a report be brought on the suitability of the ”court of petty sessions”, the estimated cost of using the space as a library and overall cost of refit and staffing.”

 

REPORT:

 

It will be possible to do a report in early 2016 on the suitability of the “Court of Petty Sessions” use as a Library in Rathcoole Village.

However, at present, there is no funding available for a refit, shelving and stocking of a new library in Rathcoole in our budget for 2016. We also wouldn’t currently have means of staffing such a library.

A permanent library serving the Rathcoole/Saggart/Newcastle area would indeed be a huge asset to the communities of these areas. The County Council and Libraries Department will consider this request subject to a planned investment programme in library infrastructure being put in place in the future.