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Dominick street residents will reclaim their street Sat May 24 from 9am

category national | miscellaneous | news report author Thursday May 22, 2003 20:17author by Martina - Dominick street residents (Dublin 1)author address Dominick street, between parnell st & bolton st, Dublin 1author phone 086 1625911 Report this post to the editors

Urgent call for support from public

As the residents of Dominick street we demand that Dublin city council listen to our concerns. So far they have not!Over 11 children have been knocked down this year by cars or trucks. Our children have nowhere to play, they are forever injurying themselves, the play areas are a disgrace! We demand that the council make the road pedestrianised or at least install speed bumps on the street immediately as the whole street is a residential with a very high number of young children who have no public space to play in other than their street. The residents of Dominick Street are holding their own Reclaim the Street Protest on Sat May 24, all day, from 9am on Dominick Street. We ask the public to support us & make their way down to Dominick street on saturday to send a clear message to the city council!

As the residents of Dominick street we demand that Dublin city council listen to our concerns. So far they have not!Over 11 children have been knocked down this year by cars or trucks. Our children have nowhere to play, they are forever injurying themselves, the play areas are a disgrace!

We demand that the council make the road pedestrianised or at least install speed bumps on the street immediately as the whole street is a residential with a very high number of young children who have no public space to play in other than their street.

The residents of Dominick Street are holding their own Reclaim the Street Protest on Sat May 24, all day, from 9am on Dominick Street. We ask the public to support us & make their way down to Dominick street on saturday to send a clear message to the city council!

author by pcpublication date Thu May 22, 2003 21:29author address author phone Report this post to the editors

and the contact info so ppl could support you would be...

author by james - rtspublication date Thu May 22, 2003 21:36author address author phone Report this post to the editors

unfortunatly i'm out of dublin for the week,anyone who can should try getthing down!!

author by Elizpublication date Fri May 23, 2003 10:52author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Martina , That's a great idea - I'm in London now but will let some Dublin friends know about it.

author by paul mpublication date Fri May 23, 2003 13:49author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Fair play ,good to see the residents of the overused and abused streets of dublin doing somethin like this! I'll be there, spread the word!

author by Noonepublication date Fri May 23, 2003 23:47author address author phone Report this post to the editors

..ahem..sorry, but where exactly is Dominic St.?

author by Peter Bennewith - activistpublication date Sat May 24, 2003 08:43author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Please everyone who can go down today get down! Dominick street is the street that links bolton st to Parnell st opposite entrance to ILAC centre. I was protesting with them on Friday, it is mainly moms and children, they really need support from all anti car activists!Cheers!

author by Ciaran Nolan - activistpublication date Sat May 24, 2003 08:46author address author phone Report this post to the editors

The traffic through that street is crazy! Please go down and have another reclaim the streets! See you all there!!

author by path in residence - totally disorganised today thats for sure, too many cans last nightpublication date Sat May 24, 2003 16:42author email autonomous at non dot party dot lineauthor address concrete, flowers, shopping malls and the M50... it could only be the muthafuckin B L A N C Hauthor phone sixty nineReport this post to the editors

Alright, whats the bleedin score, Angie is a shoplifter.

Strolled up and down the street today for the guts of two hours with the ressies from the hood. Good buzz, apart from McDonalds givin free tea. I didnt have any of it but the general opinion of it was that it was shite. They were happy to get some RTS people down for moral support, and likewise we were happy to see them taking inspiration (esp. the chisellers) from our street partay two weeks ago.

So next Friday the Critical Mass is going to head down there for a while for some more road blocking.

General opinion among the walkers was that they were sick of being fucked around by the Corpo. Loads of other gafs have been done up, and a couple people cited the example of Hardwicke Street which is now all pedestrianised and the like. If there then why not here.

The heads will be out there again in the coming days. Good on them.

Up the flats!

Related Link: http://www.persiankitty.com
author by Mark Spacepublication date Sun May 25, 2003 02:01author email me at cy dot berauthor address author phone Report this post to the editors

The "persian" URL above has nothing to do with reclaiming streets.

And it contains material definitely not suitable for "De Chisellers".

Finally, it's run by a big corporate operation, so triple shame on whoever posted it!

author by markpublication date Sun May 25, 2003 13:24author address author phone Report this post to the editors

is there really going to be another residents protest next week - that persian link makes me wonder what's going on?

author by no-onepublication date Sun May 25, 2003 17:35author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Can one of editors please remove the 'persian kitty' link?

author by R Isible - 1 of IMCpublication date Sun May 25, 2003 18:39author address author phone Report this post to the editors

imc-ireland-editorial@lists.indymedia.org

Your request is much more likely to be seen by editors. Please provide the URL to the page you are discussing, (eg for this case http://www.indymedia.ie/cgi-bin/comments.cgi?top_id=49619&start=10&sid=66855
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author by path in residence - terribly disorganisedpublication date Mon May 26, 2003 11:45author address author phone Report this post to the editors

sorry about that, my mind was elsewhere when i was typing out the information at the start of the post. in the gutter obviously (cos the morning was quite an interesting one before i went down to the protest.. :)

the link is not 'related' to the dominic street protest!

and yeah it will be happening again. the critical mass is gonna go down (no pun intended) on friday.

author by john hanleypublication date Mon May 26, 2003 15:25author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Dominic residents are protesting about the volume of traffic going down their road and the parking of non-residents cars because of accidents involving children over the past while, they want the council to take action sooner rather then later and will continue the protest over the next week.

I heard about this on thursday, late notice for us rts'ers, but we were delighted to hear about it. Some of us were over at convergence or working so we couldn't get down there for very long.

I arrived at 10.00 on Saturday morning it was drizzling and about 16 people parents and kids with a few banners of assorted size (aswell as larger ones hung off the balconies) were walking up an down the road slowly ,not entirely blocking the road but slowing up the traffic alot, there were two or three police there. The police seemed to do nothing but ensure that if there were kids protesting that they had parents with them as the walked down the middle of the road

Dominick street which comes out perpendicular to Parnell str., opposite the side entrance to the Ilac centre, Cycleways is at the bottom corner of the street. The street has 4 story old flats on both sides, and then some older georgian buildings with flats and buildings at the very end of the road.

I talked to a few of the mothers they said that thirteen kids had been knocked down in the past year, and they were going to block the road until something was done about it. (I was just there, Monday 1:00 No-one there but I think there were supposed to have a meeting with police some day this week)

The road is now one of the main routes into town after the traffic was moved from another street at the residents request(Grandby row or Federick str?, and has now moved onto a street which has even more residents and risk of accident on it, their is a further up in direction of capel street king inns (im guessing )str which may be a better solution as it has very few buildings residential or otherwise facing on to it.


The residents of the flats also have their own carparks off street so all the cars which line boths sides of the street or non-residents who use pay and display. These cars block the view and increase the risk of kids getting knocked down and increase the number of cars on street and altough there is a lack of car park space in the city theres no reason for these cars to be parked here.

I didn't get quite enough info on the councils reponse but they had previously surveyed and costed the possibilties of changing the street or adding speed bumps but have concerns about cost and have done very little about it.

they had a anther protest on sunday and i think someone from food not bombs tried to help out that day and hopefully they'l put up a report of that.

cya

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