Ní hé lá na gaoithe lá na scolb, they say and today was such a day — but we weren’t thatching any roofs and in any case it was somewhat sheltered where we were.
The core foireann today was Bróna, Orla agus Diarmuid.
Most of the stall-holders seem to have been taking an extended bank holiday so the street was quieter than normal.
We had a big crowd of friendly young people take an interest and then we got them to pose for a group photo but – forgot to get any of their names! (If any of you know any of them, please let them know we have posted their photo).
A Mexican woman and her Italian partner were among people who signed the petition today and we had someone else from as far as Mulligar too! Of course, plenty of Dubs …
The deadline for sending observations to An Bord Pleanála in support of Appeals against the Planning Permissions granted to Hammerson in respect of Moore Street has now passed. A decision is expected in the summer on whether to grant an oral hearing or whether it will be approved without even a hearing. Meanwhile, we need to keep making people aware.
THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING SIGNPOST to the O’Rahilly Monument remains unexplained for the moment.
One of us was booked to make a presentation about Moore Street to a group of interested people, which is something we do when we get an invitation, so we packed up a few minutes early today.
Scaipigí an scéal – roinn ár bpostálanna ó am go h-am.