Cork City Council Minutes Descriptive List




620pp plus 50pp index

Scope and Content: Minutes of Council Meetings (Original No. 40). With index.


Report of Coiste na nGna Cricheanna (General Purposes Committee) of 17 Feb 1959 approved by Council, including 24 new tenancies, report of City Architect re. extension of borough boundary (p4-) (24 Feb 1959) Estimates meeting for year ending 31 Mar 1960. Estimated expenditure of £1,798,000. Noteable increases in health services and housing. Notes deterioration in roads, a paths, bridges and public lighting and that more expenditure on municpal services is essential to maintain the status of the city as 'the Capital of Munster'. (p9-) (10 Mar 1959)

Amended scheme of polling districts and places, 1959 (p102-) (11 Aug 1959)

Raising of funds to rebuild Cork Opera House (p113) (5 Sep 1959)

Discussion and motion re. density of housing in City (p249) (10 May 1960)

Copy of full plan and application made for extension of the Borough Boundary including reports by City Engineer, City Architect and Town Planning Officer, and City Manager Walter MacEvilly (p254-) (24 May 1960)

Commission on Itinerants, correspondence and reports of officers re. and resolutions of Council (p312) (13 Sep 1960)

Registration of stalls in Grand Parade and Princes Street markets under food hygiene regulations, need for water, drainage and other works (p390) ( 28 Feb 1961)

Complaint from Comhairleoir Leahy concerning taking of minutes of meetings (p485) (10 Oct 1961)

Erection of new Parnell Bridge (p508) (28 Nov 1961)

Proposed improvements at Patrick's Street, estimates; Coiste an Airgeadais/Finance Committee (p530) (12 Feb 1962)

Request for permission to use Cork Coat of Arms, by Moores Hotel, refused (p537) (12 Feb 1962)

Fluoridation of water supply, motion concerning (p571) (24 Apr 1962)

Election of Sean Casey TD as Lord Mayor (Statutory Quarterly Meeting) (p603) (26 Jun 1962)




13 August 1962 - 14 December 1965

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