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The Association of County & City Councils is a networking organisation for the councillors who form the elected councils of the thirty-four county and city councils in the Republic of Ireland. The Association organises a programme of meetings which help members give voice to current issues in council life.
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Cllr Hilary Quinlan President ACCC and
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ACCC Mansion House Meeting - photos added to Gallery
Teamwork: Pat Spillane pictured with ACCC Executive Committee members Cllrs Hilary Quinlan, Constance Hanniffy, Michael O'Brien,and Padraig McNally and Peter Feeney.
Conference morning visitor: Cllr Hilary Quinlan, President, ACCC, with Mr Phil Hogan, TD, Minister for the Environment and Local Government.
ACCC Conference 2013 was a vibrant affair with delegates from all over Ireland responding with enthusiasm to a panel of topical speakers. The Programme content proved to be right-up-to-date covering such topical issues as the local property tax and local government reform. Highlights included an early morning visit by Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan, TD, and later a
high-tempo presentation by GAA All-Star Pat Spillane who chairs the Committee for the Economic Development of Rural Areas. The Conference was held in the Tower Hotel, Waterford - right in the heart of the city's Viking Triangle.
Papers from Minister Hogan, Michael Walsh - Waterford City Manager, Paul Nolan - Dawn Meats, Grace Heneghan - Council Review journal, and Ed Carey on Valuations. Downloads below
Conference Report & Papers
Boundary Report 2014 Local Elections:
added May 2013
The full text including maps of the Local Electoral Area Boundary report published on 30 May 2013 can be accessed at the following link:
The report sets out the number of councillors in each electoral area in each county totalling 949 seats in all. Some counties have experienced major reconfigurations, others have changed little. In most cases the new electoral areas will form the basis for the new concept of municipal districts. County boundaries remain unchanged.