Cork City Council Special Meeting to commemorate the first meeting of Council elected by proportional representation
Thursday, 30 January 18:30
Cork City Council Chambers, City Hall (click for map)
The first of a programme of events in Cork to mark the 1920 centenary, a pivotal year in the city’s history and the birth of the nation. At that meeting, the Council pledged its allegiance to Dáil Éireann, a moment of huge national significance.
Over the course of 2020 Cork City will commemorate the death of the city’s two martyred Lord Mayors, Terence MacSwiney and Tomas Mac Curtain and the Burning of Cork City. The Burning of Cork by Crown Forces devastated the city in December 1920, destroying more than 40 business premises, 300 residential properties, Cork City Hall and Carnegie Library, hugely impacting the local economy.
Joint Policing Committee Public Meeting
Monday, 03 February 2020, 14:00
Millennium Hall, Cork City Hall
lTheme: “Making Cork a Safer City”Members of the Public are welcome to attend.
Questions and Issues relevant to the theme “Making Cork a Safer City” must be submitted in writing in advance of the meeting by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to Cork City Joint Policing Committee, c/o Community, Culture & Placemaking, Cork City Council, Floor 1, New Civic Building, City Hall, Cork.
Deadline for Submissions:Friday, 17 January 2020, 16:00