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dublin | bin tax / household tax / water tax | news report Saturday July 14, 2007 12:31 by Paula Geraghty mspgeraghty at yahoo dot ie
As Bertie Ahern can't remember what he did with his money in the 80's, a local man was up in court to see how he dealt with his waste.
People gathered this morning at the Suir Road depot to tell John Gormley that the bin tax had to go. The campaign continues its strategy of its community clean up where people bring their waste to Dublin City Council.