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 Header Item Written Answers Nos. 655-678
 Header Item Child Care Services
 Header Item Community Childcare Subvention Programme
 Header Item Community Childcare Subvention Programme
 Header Item Charitable and Voluntary Organisations
 Header Item HSE Investigations
 Header Item Child and Family Agency
 Header Item Child Care Services
 Header Item Child Care Services Provision
 Header Item Child and Family Agency Funding
 Header Item Family Resource Centres
 Header Item Family Resource Centres
 Header Item Charities Regulation
 Header Item Library Services Funding
 Header Item Town and Village Renewal Scheme
 Header Item CLÁR Programme
 Header Item CLÁR Programme
 Header Item Post Office Network
 Header Item Rural Development Programme Funding
 Header Item Roads Maintenance Funding

Wednesday, 20 September 2017

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 959 No. 1

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Written Answers Nos. 655-678

Child Care Services

 655. Deputy Catherine Murphy Information on Catherine Murphy Zoom on Catherine Murphy asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if she will provide an update on her engagement with a group (details supplied) in regard to a care facility in County Cork; her plans to meet the group; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [39438/17]

 665. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if she will be an advocate to ensure three-way communication between Tusla, representatives of a community and an organisation (details supplied) when a location is being selected. [39566/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone I propose to take Questions Nos. 655 and 665 together.

I am aware that concerns have been raised by the local community regarding a proposed Children’s Residential Centre. However, as this is an operational matter, it is not appropriate for me, as Minister, to intervene.

Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, has informed officials in my Department that direct engagement with representatives of a local residents’ group has occurred, with a meeting held last Friday 15th September. This presented an opportunity for representatives of the local community to re-state their concerns, obtain clarifications and hear from Tusla about the registration, monitoring and context under which children's centres operate.

Community Childcare Subvention Programme

 656. Deputy Anne Rabbitte Information on Anne Rabbitte Zoom on Anne Rabbitte asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the number of households that are currently part of band A, band AJ and band B of the community childcare subvention scheme.  [39457/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone The detailed information sought by the Deputy is not currently available as registration of children for the Community Childcare Subvention (CCS) programme only began on September 18th and will continue until the 13th of October 2017. Community Childcare Subvention Plus (CCSP) child registrations commenced in late August and are continuing. In the 2017/18 programme year the bands and eligibility have changed with children who would have qualified for band B in 2016-17 now being spilt between band B and a new band, band D.

  While the number of households is not readily available, the below figures refer to the number of unique children who availed of CCS and CCSP under band A, band AJ and band B in the 2016/17 programme year:

Band  
Band A 14,121
Band AJ 4,459
Band B 8,452


  In addition, a new universal subsidy is available for all children aged between 6 months and 3 years of age (or until they qualify for ECCE if later than 36 months) in registered childcare. This amounts to as much as €20 a week or €1,040 per year for children in full time childcare. An estimated 33,000 children may avail of the universal element of the CCS scheme.

Community Childcare Subvention Programme

 657. Deputy Anne Rabbitte Information on Anne Rabbitte Zoom on Anne Rabbitte asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the maximum income thresholds for band A, band AJ and band B of the community childcare subvention scheme.  [39458/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone The eligibility of the applying parent is determined in the main by their status with the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection and whether they hold a medical card. As such, maximum income thresholds do not apply. In the 2017-18 programme year the bands and eligibility have changed with children who would have qualified for band B in 2016/17 now being split between band B and a new band, band D. The eligibility criteria and subsequent childcare and subvention options are set out in the following Table.

Table 1 CCS/CCSP Band Eligibility

Level of service Band A (with Medical Card) Band AJ (with medical card) Band B Band D
  One Parent Family Payment

Widow’s/Widower’s Pension

Pre-retirement Allowance

Farm Assist

State Pension

Blind Pension

Guardian’s Payment

Illness/Injury Benefit

Disability Allowance

Carer’s Benefit/Allowance

Back to Work Enterprise/Education Allowance

Community Employment/Rural Social Scheme

Domiciliary Care Allowance

Family Income Supplement (FIS)

Secondary School Students

Invalidity Pension

Official Tusla Referrals (no medical card required)

HSE Public Health Nurse referrals (no medical card required)

TÚS

Part-time Job Incentive Scheme Gateway

Gateway
Jobseekers Benefit/Allowance*

Supplementary Welfare Allowance**
Medical Card

Parents who are in receipt of Social Welfare payments listed under Band A/AJ but have no medical card
GP Visit Card** (6yrs+ only)

Parents who no longer qualify for Band A/AJ this year but who were verified as being on Band A/AJ at the end of the previous school year
Full-day payment (5hrs +) €145 €80 €70 €50
Part-time payment (3:31 – 5:00) €80 €80 €35 €25
Sessional payment

(2:16 – 3:30)
€45 €45 €25 €17
Half-session payment (1:00 – 2:15) €22.50 €22.50 €12.50 €8.50


*parents who qualify for Band AJ under Jobseeker’s allowance/benefit receive maximum subvented childcare of €80 for full day care per week

**parents who qualify for Band AJ under Supplementary Welfare Allowance payments receive maximum subvented childcare of €80 for full day care per week

Charitable and Voluntary Organisations

 658. Deputy Clare Daly Information on Clare Daly Zoom on Clare Daly asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if an organisation (details supplied) is a registered charity; and if she is satisfied that this organisation is fit for purpose. [39522/17]

 664. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if an organisation (details supplied) is a registered organisation with charitable status. [39564/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone I propose to take Questions Nos. 658 and 664 together.

It is my understanding that this question relates to a new Children’s Residential Centre, about which concerns have been raised by the local community. The centre in question is operated by a private company, which has registered with Tusla in the appropriate manner. Like all such centres, it will undergo thorough assessments to ensure that it fulfils its purpose and function, that it has satisfactory management and staffing in place and that it provides appropriate care, safeguarding and planning for the young people in its care. The requirements for placing a child or young person in a Children’s Residential Centre and for the running of these centres are laid out in the Child Care (Placement of Children in Residential Care) Regulations 1995. All Children’s Residential Centres are subject to statutory inspection against National Standards. HIQA are currently in the process of revising these standards.

The Foundation in question does not operate any Children's Residential Centres and Tusla has no contract with it to do so. If the Deputies have a concern about the status of any charity, I suggest that they contact The Charities Regulatory Authority (CRA), Ireland's national statutory regulatory agency for charitable organisations.

HSE Investigations

 659. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if she will provide a report on a recent incident (details supplied). [39559/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone I appreciate the distress involved in the situation referred to by the Deputy; however, it is not appropriate for me to comment on an individual case. However, I can inform the Deputy that the case has been referred to the National Review Panel for independent review and the Health Information and Quality Authority has been advised as per established guidance.

Child and Family Agency

 660. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the funding provided by her Department to an organisation (details supplied), by county, in each of the past three years and to date in 2017. [39560/17]

 661. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the contents of the mission statement, as agreed with an organisation (details supplied). [39561/17]

 662. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the operational detail of a daily programme within a specific unit (details supplied). [39562/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone I propose to take Questions Nos. 660 to 662, inclusive, together.

  I have referred these questions to Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, for direct response to the Deputy concerned.

Child Care Services

 663. Deputy Kevin O'Keeffe Information on Kevin O'Keeffe Zoom on Kevin O'Keeffe asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the agreed location selection criteria for a specific unit (details supplied). [39563/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone As this is an operational matter, I have asked Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, to respond directly to the Deputy with the most up-to-date information.

Question No. 664 answered with Question No. 658.

Question No. 665 answered with Question No. 655.

Child Care Services Provision

 666. Deputy Robert Troy Information on Robert Troy Zoom on Robert Troy asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if progress has been made in efforts to reopen a child care facility (details supplied) in County Longford; and if she will make a statement on the matter.  [39634/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone As the Deputy is aware, my Department does not directly provide childcare - rather we fund the provision of childcare through individuals, companies and community/not-for-profit groups. Therefore, following the closure of the existing childcare provider in this location, I requested that Pobal and Longford CCC work with local bodies and potential partners in relation to the re-establishment of a service for the local community. I also made once-off funding available in this respect.

Unfortunately, my Department has yet to receive a viable proposal for the creation of a childcare service in this area. Pobal and Longford CCC are therefore still pursuing options locally in this regard. Once-off funding remains in place, and I am open to receiving proposals from local/community groups who may be in a position to assist.

Child and Family Agency Funding

 667. Deputy John Curran Information on John Curran Zoom on John Curran asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone if she will review the funding provided through Tusla for family resource centres (details supplied); and if she will make a statement on the matter. [39661/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone There are over 100 Family Resource Centres currently in receipt of funding from Tusla, the Child and Family Agency. Tusla provides funding to the centres under an annual Service Level Agreement. This funding is provided by way of a contribution towards the running costs of the centres. The 2017 Tusla allocation to Family Resource Centres is €13.512m.

Family Resource Centres are independent organisations. They are managed by a Voluntary Board of Management which is representative of the local community. The centres operate independently of Tusla and each individual centre is responsible for the recruitment of employees and the terms and conditions under which they are employed.

Tusla fully appreciates the role that Family Resource Centres play in offering early intervention support to families in difficulty.

As previously highlighted to the Deputy, it is not possible at this stage to advise on what level of funding will be made available by Tusla to Family Resource Centres in 2018. This issue will be clarified in the context of the annual Estimates process and having regard to the overall level of funding available to Tusla in 2018.

Family Resource Centres

 668. Deputy Anne Rabbitte Information on Anne Rabbitte Zoom on Anne Rabbitte asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the number of visits made to family resource centres since 2007, by year. [39818/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone I have requested information from Tusla, the Child and Family Agency. I will forward the reply to the Deputy once I have been furnished with this information.

  The deferred reply under Standing Order 42A was forwarded to the Deputy.

Family Resource Centres

 669. Deputy Anne Rabbitte Information on Anne Rabbitte Zoom on Anne Rabbitte asked the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone the amount of funding her Department has provided to family resource centres since 2013, by year. [39819/17]

Minister for Children and Youth Affairs (Deputy Katherine Zappone): Information on Katherine Zappone Zoom on Katherine Zappone Acting as a focal point within their communities, Family Resource Centres provide a holistic service of child, family and community support and advocacy to all children and families in their communities.

  Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, provides funding to over 100 Family Resource Centres. The 2017 allocation by Tusla to Family Resource Centres is €13.512m.

  It should be noted that prior to 2014, funding was provided to the Family Resource Centres by the former Family Support Agency, which was incorporated into Tusla in 2014.

  The following table sets out the level of funding provided to Family Resource Centres in the period 2013-2017.

  Family Support Agency/ Tusla Funding to Family Resource Centres 2013-2017

Years Tusla Funding provided to Family Resource Centres- (€m)
2013 14.31
2014 13.51
2015 13.09
2016 13.5
2017 13.512


Source: Family Support Agency (2013) / Child and Family Agency (2014 – 2017)

  In 2016, additional once off funding of €1.422m was provided to Family Resource Centres to assist in the upgrade of equipment and infrastructure.

Charities Regulation

 670. Deputy Fiona O'Loughlin Information on Fiona O'Loughlin Zoom on Fiona O'Loughlin asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if his attention has been drawn to the impending sale of a building (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39191/17]

 671. Deputy Fiona O'Loughlin Information on Fiona O'Loughlin Zoom on Fiona O'Loughlin asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if he will discuss with the Charities Regulator the legitimate concerns of the public in Newbridge relating to the sale of a building (details supplied); and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39193/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring I propose to take Questions Nos. 670 and 671 together.

Pursuant to the Charities Act 2009 the Charities Regulator is required to be independent in the performance of its functions. It is the policy of the Charities Regulator not to comment to third parties in relation to specific applications for registration or any pre-investigation work because to divulge information to a third party could prejudice a future decision. In the circumstances it would not be appropriate for me nor my officials to enter into any discussions with the Regulator as sought by the Deputy. I am advised that the entity selling this building is not currently a registered charity and as such matters relating to the sale of the hall rest with the trustees.

If the Deputy has concerns that a charitable organisation is in breach of the Charities Act 2009, I suggest that such concerns should be brought to the attention of the Charities Regulator. All concerns received by the Charities Regulator are actively reviewed.

Library Services Funding

 672. Deputy Tony McLoughlin Information on Tony McLoughlin Zoom on Tony McLoughlin asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if a new funding mechanism for the upgrading of libraries will be made available by his Department in order that libraries such as Sligo Central Library in Sligo town can develop new premises to better cater to the public; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39210/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring The provision of premises and facilities in the public library service is generally a matter for each local authority in its capacity as a library authority.

Notwithstanding this, my Department is providing approximately €20m under the Libraries Capital Investment Programme 2016-2021 to support 17 priority capital projects submitted by local authorities. Funding under the programme is currently fully allocated; however, my Department has sought additional funding for the programme under the Government's mid-term capital expenditure review.

Sligo County Council has been advised that the development of Sligo Central Library and all other proposals on hand for funding will be reconsidered should additional capital monies become available.

Town and Village Renewal Scheme

 673. Deputy Charlie McConalogue Information on Charlie McConalogue Zoom on Charlie McConalogue asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring his plans to roll out the scheme to renovate properties and old buildings in small towns and villages from its present pilot status to a nationwide programme; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39086/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring The Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development contains a number of measures which have the objective of rejuvenating Ireland’s rural towns and villages to make them more attractive places in which to live and work, and to increase their tourism potential.

An enhanced Town and Village Renewal Scheme was launched on 13th April last, with a focus on improving the economic development of our rural towns and villages. It is envisaged that this scheme will support up to 300 towns and villages over the next 12 months. I intend to announce the successful applicants shortly.

My officials have separately been examining the potential for developing a pilot scheme to encourage residential occupancy in rural towns and villages. The pilot is not yet in operation. This pilot will consider ways in which properties that are currently not in use in town centres can be renovated to allow them to be used for residential purposes. This will help to rejuvenate town centres while also helping to contribute to the housing needs of individuals.

The initiative is being developed in consultation with relevant Departments and details of the scheme will be announced when they are finalised.

CLÁR Programme

 674. Deputy Michael Healy-Rae Information on Michael Healy-Rae Zoom on Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring when groups should expect to hear from the Department regarding the second-round decisions on CLÁR funding and on whether they have been successful; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39289/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring The 2017 CLÁR programme was launched on 31 March 2017 to provide funding for small scale infrastructural projects in disadvantaged rural areas that have experienced significant levels of de-population. Funding under the programme was available this year under four separate Measures:

Measure  
Measure 1: Support for School and Community Safety Measures
Measure 2: Play areas
Measure 3: Targeted Community Infrastructure
Measure 4: First Responder Supports


The closing date for applications under the programme was 5 May 2017 and over 500 applications were received across the four Measures.

  Successful projects were announced in May and June, with a total of just under €7 million allocated to approximately 230 projects across the four Measures. Details of the approved projects are available on my Department's website at http://drcd.gov.ie/subheader1/clar.

  There are currently no plans to revisit existing applications under the 2017 scheme or to open the CLÁR programme for new applications again this year. The provision of funding for the CLÁR programme for 2018 will be considered as part of the annual Estimates process.

CLÁR Programme

 675. Deputy Tom Neville Information on Tom Neville Zoom on Tom Neville asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if his Department will provide supplementary funding under the CLÁR programme for essential works in a facility (details supplied) in County Kerry; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39380/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring The 2017 CLÁR programme was launched on 31 March last, with a closing date of 5 May 2017. The programme provides funding for small scale infrastructural projects in disadvantaged rural areas that have experienced significant levels of de-population.

  Funding for the 2017 CLÁR programme was available this year under four separate Measures:

Measure  
Measure 1: Support for School and Community Safety Measures
Measure 2: Play Areas
Measure 3: Targeted Community Infrastructure
Measure 4: First Responder Supports


  In total, more than 500 applications were received across the four Measures, with a combined value of €15 million.

  In general, applications were assessed on the basis of their eligibility under the scheme criteria and on the quality of the documentation supporting their proposals. Approximately 230 applications were approved in May and June for funding totalling €7 million.

  I can confirm that an application was received under the programme from the project referred to by the Deputy. However, insufficient documentary evidence was provided in support of the application, as required by the scheme criteria, and the application was unsuccessful as a result.

  There are currently no plans to revisit existing applications under the 2017 scheme or to open the CLÁR programme for new applications again this year. The provision of funding for the CLÁR programme for 2018 will be considered as part of the annual Estimates process later this year.

Post Office Network

 676. Deputy Michael Healy-Rae Information on Michael Healy-Rae Zoom on Michael Healy-Rae asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if his attention has been drawn to a matter (details supplied) that could impact on the survival of rural post offices; his plans to address this; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39673/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring This matter is not within my remit. The organisation referred to by the Deputy is a statutory body under the remit of the Minister for Education and Skills.

  The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment is responsible for policy matters related to An Post.

Rural Development Programme Funding

 677. Deputy James Browne Information on James Browne Zoom on James Browne asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring the amount of the €28 million paid to local authorities under the regional and rural sub-heads in 2016 that was allocated for County Wexford; the amount that has been spent by Wexford County Council; the amount submitted to his Department accounting for this expenditure to date in 2017; and if he will make a statement on the matter.  [39726/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring Table 1 provides details of the amounts of funding provided to Wexford Co. Council in 2016 in respect of Rural Development Programmes which at that stage were under the remit of the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. The table also shows the amount of funding expended under each of these programmes up to 31 August 2017.

  All funding provided to Local Authorities under these programmes in 2016 was in line with the sanctions received from the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform and on the basis of funding agreements with the Local Authorities.

  Responsibility for the administration of the programmes in question has transferred to the Department of Rural and Community Development. My Department is continuing to work closely with all relevant Local Authorities to ensure that any remaining funding allocated to them is spent promptly and in accordance with the original project proposals.

Table 1 – Allocation to Wexford Co. Council in 2016 under national Rural Development Programmes

Programme/Scheme 2016 Allocation Amount spent as of 31st August 2017
Rural Economic Development Zones (REDZ) €100,000 €15,325
Town & Village Renewal €380,000 €300,114
Rural Recreation €189,455 €82,740
Totals €669,455 €398,179

Roads Maintenance Funding

 678. Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív Information on Éamon Ó Cuív Zoom on Éamon Ó Cuív asked the Minister for Rural and Community Development Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring if his Department has received an application for funding to upgrade a road (details supplied); the scheme under which this application is being considered; the progress made to date in considering the application; when it is expected that a decision will be made in this regard; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [39845/17]

Minister for Rural and Community Development (Deputy Michael Ring): Information on Michael Ring Zoom on Michael Ring My Department does not currently operate a scheme for road upgrades. However, I am in the process of examining the possibility of introducing a Local Improvement Scheme (LIS) in 2017 to support the maintenance and improvement of non-public roads and laneways, many of which are in rural areas. In this regard, my Department wrote to relevant Local Authorities recently to establish the level of demand for such a scheme and the capacity of the Local Authorities to complete works under a scheme by the end of this year. Decisions in relation to the selection of individual roads in any such scheme are a matter for each Local Authority.

Local Authorities were asked to provide information to my Department by 14 September to assist me in making an informed decision regarding the potential impact and feasibility of introducing an LIS. The information provided by the Local Authorities is now being considered and a decision in relation to any potential scheme will be made shortly.


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