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Brennan, Joseph

Thursday, 29 September 1966

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 224 Nbr. 3

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Local Government Inspector Post.

The post was first advertised in July, 1965. Nine applications were received but none of the applicants was eligible. It was again advertised early this month. The closing date for applications ...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Dublin Letter Box.

As the corporation's objection to the site proposed for the letter-box was a reasonable one, based on planning considerations, the question of appealing against the decision does not arise. I have...More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Airport Postal Facilities.

There is a post office with 24 hour service at Shannon Airport.More Button

The postal facilities at the airports at Dublin and Cork are as follows:-More Button

Dublin: Four stamp vending machines and two posting boxes, together with 34 public telephones. Arrangements are being made to provide six additional public telephones.More Button

The question of providing a post office is under consideration.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Provision of Telephones.

The abnormal delays that occurred in a small number of cases were caused mainly by the necessary diversion of construction staff to the repair of heavy and widespread storm damage to the network ea...More Button

When the advance rental arrangement was made last year it was intended not to collect advance payment from any applicant until it was clear that service could be given to him within a reasonable pe...More Button

I have directed that a special effort be made to clear the outstanding cases as quickly as possible.More Button

I would not say there were 20. There are a few cases.More Button

These unavoidable delays occur in comparatively few cases.More Button

Of necessity, there must be some delay. First of all, we must ensure that the person is definitely going to accept the telephone before the procedure——More Button

This entails getting an agreement completed and there is a waiting period, of necessity. This is something I am trying to get over. We could find ourselves, having incurred considerable cost, bei...More Button

Few people do that.More Button

Very few businessmen do it.More Button

The number is 245, including 80 for whom arrangements have been made to provide service.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - County Tipperary Telephone Service.

It is not intended to extend the hours of service for the present.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Wexford Automatic Dialling System.

It is not possible at this stage to give a more precise date than the forecast for mid-1968 which I furnished in reply to previous questions in December and January last.More Button

Ceisteanna — Questions Oral Answers. - Mayo TV Reception.

I am informed that, apart from an occasional breakdown, the station in question is working well and is giving a satisfactory signal in the areas it was designed to serve.More Button