Local Government in Ireland: Inside Out

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Institute of Public Administration, Jan 1, 2003 - Local government - 610 pages
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Contents

The Role of Local Government
3
The Origins of Irish Local Government
14
Local Areas and Structures
41
Reform in Irish Local Government
82
Local Elections
97
Local Government and Politics
103
City and County Management
123
How the System Operates
143
The Policy Context
325
The Financial Process
341
Urbanisation
352
Sustainable Development and Local Government
371
Heritage and Conservation in Local Government
381
Social Inclusion and Local Government
390
Local Government and the European Union
404
Regional Authorities and Regional Assemblies
429

Housing
165
Roads and Road Traffic
189
Water Services
209
Protection and Services
253
Recreation and Amenity Services
268
Joe MacGrath
279
Community and Enterprise
285
Human Resources
301
Irish Local Government in a Comparative Context
447
Northern Ireland Local Government
460
Where Stands Local Government?
475
The Future
502
Text of Article 28A of Bunreacht na hEireann
516
Individual Incomes by Region and County 1995 and 2000
532
Index
573
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Mark Callanan is the author of "Scarecrow" [Killick Press, 2003], critically-acclaimed first book of poems, and "Sea Legend" [Frog Hollow Press, 2010], winner of the bpNichol Chapbook Award. His poetry has appeared in several anthologies, including "Breathing Fire 2: Canada's New Poets". He lives in St. John's, Newfoundland.

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