Twitter weekly updates for 2010-09-12

  • NEW: Twitter weekly updates for 2010-09-05 #
  • NEW: Why is Monopoly dropping on the Liffey? #
  • NEW: Plan to develop Inchicore Railway Works #
  • Why is Monopoly dropping on the Liffey? #
  • Plan to develop Inchicore Railway Works #
  • RT @darraghdoyle: Hello to the Lighthouse Cinema, Smithfield, Dublin 7 – @LightHouseD7. Thanks for following! #
  • Three held over 2008 Tallaght shooting - (RTE) #
  • RT @digital_times: Interesting piece on why Google just may have to buy Twitter after all. #
  • Water supply may be affected in the Old Lucan Road, Palmerston area today while repair work to a hydrant is taking place says @sdublincoco #
  • NEW: Three men arrested in connection with Tallaght shooting #
  • Back with us today is @NiallOCo — welcome back! #
  • Monthly Dublin City Council meeting is due to start at 6.45pm live online at #
  • @suzybie that #dcc tag seems to be used for a lot of things — how about something like #dublincc ? in reply to suzybie #
  • NEW: RTE respond to council’s Poolbeg claim #
  • City manager says mangers have acted in good faith #dublincc #
  • …Claims the size of the plant cannot be changed without going back to tender #dublincc #
  • city manager exposure to council includes spend to date and possible claims against them #dublincc #
  • city manager says on size that they have to look at the longer term #dublincc #
  • €60m has been spent on the Poolbeg project so-far #dublincc #
  • Dublin City Council are talking about the Poolbeg incinerator project live now at #
  • @lostexpectation indeed, good question (btw at the moment we’re just saying what is being said, not commenting) in reply to lostexpectation #
  • Councillors asking questions, making statements. Most so-far seem opposed to the project / current deal, demands to see contract #dublincc #
  • Councillor says €75m, not €60, has been spent so far according to report on front of them #dublincc #
  • Worth noting city manager was asked by Oireachtas committee if changes were possible to the contract, did not mention break clause #dublincc #
  • A few councillor have spoken for the project, others against it say they have sympathy with management, some just against location #dublincc #
  • City manager says he cannot give full costs as there could be a claim against them if contract is terminated #dublincc #
  • City manager says incineration is city council policy which was agreed by councillors, but agrees location was disputed #dublincc #
  • Manager says at time he talked to the Oireachtas committee he could not have foreseen the delay which is linked to break clause #dublincc #
  • Again, €75m spent so-far on Poolbeg incinerator project #dublincc #
  • Councillors talking about homeless on streets of Dublin #dublincc #
  • @Thomas_Ireland City Hall, monthly meeting of Dublin City Council. Live now at archive in app 24 hours in reply to Thomas_Ireland #
  • Dublin City Council now talking about how they want the Dublin Docklands Development Authority merged into the council #dublindd #
  • Dublin City Council passes motion seeking planning powers for Dublin Docklands Dev Authority area to be transferred to the council #dublincc #
  • Sunday Tribune criticised by councillor for giving too much details related to staff member #dublincc #
  • Criticism of an attack on the head of housing allocation, unclear if it was work related. #dublincc #
  • Councillor Mannix Flynn distances him self from attack, but says there is a problem with housing allocation #dublincc #
  • Other councillors say they do not have a problem with the housing allocation system. #dublincc #
  • Dublin City Councillor Mannix Flynn asked to leave the council chamber for interrupting another councillor #dublincc #
  • Cllr Damian O’Farrell said there was, by other councillors, character assassination of Mannix Flynn who was just doing his job… #dublincc #
  • O’Farrell said Flynn was highlighting a problem with the system shown in an audit report, not criticising one member of staff #dublincc #
  • Meeting ends #dublincc #
  • NEW: Poolbeg incinerator could cost taxpayer €120m #
  • NEW: Rush residents to march over Eirgrid pipeline proposals #
  • NEW: An accepted democratic deficit #
  • Dublin Bikes is one year old tomorrow. Long-term subscribers now at 28,169 says the Dublin City Council, with 1,101,877 journeys so-far. #

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