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Dublin Bin Privatisation: Labour Party Privatisation Plan backed by Greens, SF, PDs, FF, & FG.
dublin | bin tax / household tax / water tax | news report Thursday October 04, 2007 19:03 by DVBLINIA
Cllr. Eric Byrne motion for privatisation passes
Bin Services to be open to bidding by private operators.
Cllr. Eric Byrne of the Labour Party proposed the motion at Dublin City Council that management plans for outsourcing of the bin service should be allowed. The motion was passed with the support of all the political parties represented on the Council: namely Sinn Féin, Greens, Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, the PDs and Labour.