On Tuesday, 23rd March 2021 two Cork Co. Council Officials were carrying out their duties at The Boeing Picnic Area near the River Blackwater in regard to the Dog Warden Service. Following numerous complaints from the Public the focus by the Officials was on Control of Dog Fouling (Litter Pollution Act of 1997) and also on the Control of Dogs Regulations 1998 – Dogs that require special care including breeds like American Pitt Bull Terrier, German Shepherd/Alsatian etc…. and every other strain or cross of every breed in the listed category of dogs – while in a public place are required to be securely muzzled and led by a sufficiently strong leash by a person over the age of sixteen who is capable of controlling such a dog. It was indicated that there will be increased patrols in the Millstreet area and that Pooper Scoopers should be carried by those walking their dogs. Tap on the images to enlarge. (S.R.) [read more …] “Dog Warden Service Visiting Millstreet Area”
Millstreet Town Park Committee wishes to advise that a new electronic opening and closing system has been installed at the entrance to the playground. The opening time for the playground is 09:00 and the closing time will be 17:00 for the months of December and January. We would like to thank Cork County Council for the grant for this equipment.
Cork County Council Development Plan 2022 – 2028
Cork County Council are currently inviting submissions from the public with regard to the County Development Plan 2022 – 2028
One of the topics under consideration in the plan is Energy. For anyone that has concerns regarding the proposed wind farm development at Mushera – now is your opportunity to make a submission.
You can make a submission on-line by logging on to website www.corkcoco.ie/en/Cork-County-Development-Plan-2022-2028 and follow the instructions or by making a written submission and addressing it to The Senior Planner, Planning Policy Unit, Floor 13, County Hall, Cork.
Deadline for receipt of submissions is midnight on Thursday July 2nd. 2020
Please note that email submissions will NOT be accepted.
Millstreet Children’s Playground re-opens Tuesday, 9th June at 10:00 am. Please note the following important information received from Millstreet Town Park Committee:
For the Safety of Our Children – Rules of Use of This Playground
Children using this Playground are to be SUPERVISED by a PARENT or GUARDIAN AT ALL TIMES.
Parents or Guardians are REQUIRED:
- To bring their own hand sanitiser for the cleaning of their children’s hands before, at regular intervals during, and after use of the playground equipment. In the absence of such sanitation parents or guardians are requested to refrain from allowing their children use of the equipment.
- To ensure physical distancing between children
- To advise children to avoid touching their face, eyes, nose and mouth.
- To ensure children under your care have regard to the safe use of equipment and to the safety of others at all times.
- To adhere to the most up to date health advice.
The Irish version of this notice appears below: