public meeting: Drynam Hall

As the economic crisis worsens and following the emergency budget at the beginning of the month the urgency to address the issue of Management Companies remains very high. The majority of residents object to paying the charge as a matter of principle. Now with rising direct & indirect taxes, pay cuts and job losses many more cannot afford to pay!. It is an absolute disgrace that the Fianna Fail / Green Party government has failed despite promises to bring forward legislation to deal with the injustice of estate management fees.

On the completion of a residents door to door & postal survey of homes in Drynam Hall, a public meeting will discuss the findings and the way forward for the majority of residents seeking the removal of the management company. If you can get along please join us.

Kinsealy Inn
Thursday April 23rd
8PM


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