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Ringsend Fights the Bin tax
dublin | bin tax / household tax / water tax | news report Thursday February 02, 2006 15:10 by Ringsend Anti Bin Tax
A report on the Ringsend Anti Bin Tax campaign protest last Tuesday morning.
In spite of the freezing cold over forty residents from the New Houses in Ringsend met at a street meeting organized by the Ringsend campaign against the bin Tax last Monday evening. Locals were angry that bins had been left behind uncollected by Dublin City Council the previous Tuesday. They were determined to resist the Council’s policy of non-collection. From Early on Tuesday morning, people met up at the entrance to the estate on Bremen Road opposite Clan Na Gael. Cups of tea were at the ready warming cold, cold hands mingling with the hustle and bustle of people joining the protest from night shifts school runs and those heading off to work.
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The Inspector turns up
People signing up to the campaign
Watching a bin being rejected
Guarding the Peace?
Home after a busy morning
Great to see that this campaign is still getting the support it deserves !
Most of us in this part of Clondalkin are still refusing to pay twice for this one service - we either throw our own rubbish (and that of our neighbour's) into the back of the bin-truck and/or one of said neighbours takes it in turn to take as much rubbish as possible into his/her job where , usually , industrial-size bins can be accessed .
On a point of principle , we will not pay twice !