Kerry PPN

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The Kerry PPN is the main link through which the Local Authority connects with the Environmental, Social Inclusion, Community and Voluntary Organisations and allows community participation in policy-making structures and committees of Council.

 

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What is the Kerry Public Participation Network?

Kerry Public Participation Network has been established to enable people and community groups in Co Kerry to have a say on issues that concern them. These Public Participation Networks (PPNs) are structures for public engagement and participation in Local Government in each Local Authority area. Kerry Public Participation Network is also a Registered Charity. RCN 20204668

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Kerry PPN Community Newsletter. 27/10/23
To all Kerry PPN members, please find contents of the Kerry PPN Community Newsletter below and please share it to all members of your group and beyond. Have a lovely..
27-10-2023
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Kerry PPN Newsletter Friday 20th October 2023 To all Kerry PPN members, please find contents of the Kerry PPN Community Newsletter below and please share it to all members of..
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About the Municipal Districts

Under the Local Government Reform Act 2014, each County Council, had to put in place a system of municipal districts based on electoral areas. Kerry County Council has five Municipal Districts. Tralee, Killarney, Listowel, Kenmare and Castleisland-Corca Dhuibhne. The Local Authority Members (County Councillors) elected from these municipal districts take certain decisions in relation to the districts.

Electoral Divisions

The electoral divisions of Ardfert, Ballynahaglish, Ballyseedy, Banna, Baurtregaum, Blennerville, Clogherbrien, Doon, Ratass, Tralee Rural, Tralee Urban, Tubrid

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Electoral Divisions

The electoral divisions of Abbeydorney, Ardagh, Astee, Ballincloher, Ballyconry, Ballyduff, Ballyegan, Ballyheige, Ballyhorgan, Ballynorig, Beal, Carrig, Causeway, Cloontubbrid, Drommartin, Duagh, Ennismore, Gullane, Gunsborough, Kerryhead, Kilfeighny, Killflyn, Killahan, Killehenny, Killury, Kilmeany, Kiltomy, Leitrim, Lislaughtin, Lisselton, Listowel Rural, Listowel Urban, Lixnaw, Moynsha, Newtownsandes, Rathea, Shronowen, Tarbert, Tarmon, Trienearagh, Urlee.

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Electoral Divisions

The electoral divisions of Aghadoe, Aglish, Ballyhar, Brewsterfield, Clydagh, Coolies, Doocarrig, Flesk, Headfort, Kilbonane, Kilcummin, Killarney Rural, Killarney Urban, Knocknahoe, Lahard, Muckross, Rathmore, Rockfield.

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Electoral Divisions

The electoral divisions of Ardea, Bahaghs, Ballinskelligs, Ballybrack, Banawn, Caher, Caherdaniel, Canuig, Cappagh, Caragh, Castlecove, Castlequin, Churchtown, Curraghbeg, Curraghmore, Darrynane, Dawros, Derriana, Dromin, Dromore, Dunloe, Emlagh, Glanbehy, Glanlee, Glanlough, Glanmore, Greenane, Kenmare, Kilgarvan, Kilgobnet, Killorglin, Kilnanare, Lickeen, Loughbrin, Loughcurrane, Maum, Portmagee, Reen, Sneem, St. Finan’s, Tahilla, Teeranearagh, Valencia.

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Electoral Divisions

The electoral divisions of Arabela, Ballyegan, Brosna, Carker, Castleisland, Coom, Cordal, Crinny, Currans, Derreen, Gneeves, Kilfelim, Killeentierna, Kilmurry, Kilnanare, Kilshenane, Knocknagoshel, Lackabaun, Millbrook, Molahiffe, Mount Eagle, Nohaval, O’Brennan, Scartaglin and Ballinvoher, Ballyduff, Ballynacourty, Boolteens, Brandon, Castlegregory, Cloghane, Deelis, Dunquin, Dunurlin, Glin, Inch, Kilgarrylander, Kilgobban, Kilmalkedar, Kilquane, Kiltallagh, Kinard, Knockglass, Lack, Marhin, Milltown, Minard, Stradbally and Ventry.

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