Facebook THOSE wanting to know what developments are going on around them are facilitated by Limerick City Council, who, from this week, will make all planning applications available on line.The new system allows anyone with internet access to view details of planning applications and associated documents such as application forms, drawings and decision notices.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Speaking at the announcement of the new facility, John Field, director of services for the Planning Department, said Limerick City Council is committed to developing its on-line services.“Up to now members of the public had to physically come into City Hall to view a planning file,” Mr Field explained.“With this new system, a planning file will be uploaded within seven days of an application being received by Limerick City Council and ready to view on-line, which makes it more convenient and straightforward for members of the public to view from their own computers”.Members of the public can view planning documents and drawings on-line by logging on to Limerick City Council’s website, www.limerickcity.ie and following a link from the On-Line Services option on the homepage. By clicking “View Planning Applications On-Line”, the public can find a planning application through a planning file reference number, the applicant name or the development address.They can also view planning application lists through a listing of received applicants, decision due applicants or decisions made applicants. “The new service is fast and easy to access and most importantly, user friendly,” Mr Field continued. “The files will be updated daily and I’m confident that it will make the planning process ultimately more efficient”. Email NewsLocal NewsPlanning applications go onlineBy admin – January 28, 2009 824 Linkedin Advertisement Previous articleOlivia’s what’s hot and what’s not Jan 31Next articleCountdown to Valentines begins admin Print Twitter WhatsApp
The Shining Path guerrilla group has been defeated and is not going to attack again, said “Comrade Artemio,” considered the leader of a remnant of that organization. In an interview granted to a Peruvian media outlet, in the jungle of Alto Huallaga, in the country’s southeast, José Flores, alias “Artemio,” said that Shining Path’s current position is “a defensive one, militarily speaking,” and that “there aren’t going to be any kind of attacks. That I can guarantee.” Shining Path was dismantled in the mid-1990s, and its chief leaders are serving life sentences after an internal conflict that left around 70,000 dead, according to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. The group currently has remnants in the country’s two chief coca-producing areas, Alto Huallaga and the Apurímac and Ene River Valley, with a total of around 300 men, according to analysts. The Government accuses Shining Path of collaborating in guarding the illicit coca crops. In September, an attack on a military helicopter attributed to Shining Path caused the deaths of two officers. Other sporadic attacks have also caused the deaths of military personnel. Immediately afterward, the Peruvian Government said that it was ready to put an end to the remnants of Shining Path and their alliances with drug cartels, as Peruvian Prime Minister Salomón Lerner affirmed on a visit to the United States. By Dialogo December 08, 2011
“If they have to be arrested, then they will be arrested. If they have been violating the rules repeatedly, we cannot allow that,” Palgue said.Policemen, however, have to be humane in enforcing the laws during the health crisis, he added. (With a report from PNA/PN) “Before they are allowed to go home, they should be safe. We must learn to live with COVID-19,” he said during a virtual press conference, adding that the member of the 1st Negros Occidental Provincial Mobile Force Company who was infected with the virus already recovered. According to Palgue, those who come from frontline duties are required to undergo the mandatory 14-day quarantine and COVID-19 testing before going home to their respective families. Provincial police director Colonel Romeo Palgue said Tuesday policemen are provided with personal protective equipment, some of which were donated by patrons, while on assignment. The police officer was among those who assisted returning Negrenses billeted in a hotel in this city. Palgue said the policeman was quarantined at the Provincial Healing Center in EB Magalona town while being treated. Policemen are also currently assigned in the border control checkpoints in the boundaries of this province as part of the continuing community quarantine measures in Negros Occidental. “They are manning the checkpoints 24/7. They will remain there until further instructions,” Palgue said. BACOLOD City – The Negros Occidental Police Provincial Office has ensured that its personnel assigned to the frontlines in the battle against coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) get ample protection. Meanwhile, he said the provincial police office has also been instructed to apprehend Negrenses who violate COVID-19 preventive measures such as the use of face masks and safe physical distancing.
Former Ghana National U-20 striker Dominic Adiyiah remains unperturbed at his exclusion from the Black Stars 26-man provisional list billed for a pre- tournament exercise in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) released on Thursday.Adiyiah emerged the 2009 U-20 World Youth Championship most valuable player in Egypt. The former AC Milan prodigy now plays for Ukrainian Premier League side, Arsenal Kyiv.“It is nothing strange to me after my exclusion, because it is the coach’s choice and we need to respect the decision he has made. May be I will get the opportunity after the tournament,back to the team and anybody in the call up is capable of carrying the flag of Ghana high and it is time we pray for all team members to succeed .” he told Luv SportsThe youngster is on a Christmas break and will be returning after the yuletide later in January.