Hartstown Residents call for restoration of permanent presence in Hartstown Park for Park Ranger Service – Cllr. Patrick Nulty
A petition of almost one thousand signatories has been submitted to Fingal County Council calling for the restoration of a permanent park ranger presence inHartstownPark.
The petition was presented to the council this afternoon by local Councillor Patrick Nulty who helped local residents to collect signatures.
Speaking on the matter Cllr. Nulty said “This petition was a tremendous exercise in community action with local residents mobilising their friends, family and neighbours to register their objections to the actions of the council”.
“There is an overwhelming belief thatHartstownParkrequires a permanent park ranger presence. There have been examples of local clubs having matches disputed due to anti-social activity and while the park ranger service would not prevent such things directly passive supervision of the park at all times would be useful”.
“Since these changes were introduced unilaterally by council management I have consistently said that some park require a permanent presence.HartstownParkis one of those cases. I hope the council will listen to the community on this issue and review their policy”.
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