A range of draft measures aimed at management of burial grounds owned and controlled by Limerick City and County Council will be placed on public display this Friday (July 24th).
The Draft Cemeteries Bye Laws 2015 will be the subject of countywide public consultation over a five-week period.free hosting no ads
Limerick City and County Council says the proposed Bye Laws will align the policy for cemeteries in Limerick City and County and will replace existing bye laws.
The Draft Cemeteries Bye Laws 2015 will be on public display from Friday 24th July to Tuesday, 25th August at the offices of Limerick City & County Council and on the Council website, www.limerick.ie.watch full film Ghost in the Shell 2017 online
Limerick City and County Council is inviting written submissions and observations on the Draft Bye Laws which should be made to the Senior Executive Officer, Environment Department, Limerick City & County Council Offices, Dooradoyle, Limerick or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 4.00p.m. on 2nd September 2015. All observations/submissions will be considered before the byelaws are adopted.