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  • Home - Marie Casserly
    the Minister of the Environment and Local Government to establish an ombudsman for the waste and recycling industries the function of which would be to regulate the significant increases in charges that are being levied on householders and businesses over the past number of years Based on my consultations with the executive of the local authority it has become apparent that there is no control over the companies that run the waste collection services in each county While the companies must be registered with the NWCPO National Waste Collection Permit Office there is no control over the costs charged to the users both On 11 Jan 2016 By Marie share tweet 1 Employment Regulation Order Childcare Sector On 4 Jan 2016 By Marie share tweet 1 Mediation A Cost Effective Alternative to the Courts On 11 Dec 2015 By Marie share tweet 1 Pope Francis invited to visit Sligo On 6 Dec 2015 By Marie share tweet 1 Childcare Cost Among Highest in EU Biography Marie Casserly Dail Eireann Candidate For People for a Change Marie Casserly Recent Tweets RT ballyhea14 Will be on LatedebateRTE tonight 10pm FightingChance lukeming IndepAlliance GTCost gavreilly cooper m MarianHarkin 4 hours ago RT ConnachtGold

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  • Donations - Marie Casserly
    a candidate also includes a situation where another candidate running mate or otherwise includes in his her election material an endorsement which solicits support for the candidate the value of the reference to the candidate in the other candidate s election material is regarded as a donation to the candidate In this regard see paragraph 2 2 7 on cross canvassing Prohibited donations a Anonymous donations 1 5 1 Acceptance of an anonymous donation exceeding a value of 100 is prohibited Section 23 1 A donation is anonymous if a candidate does not know the name and address of the donor The onus is on the recipient to ensure that the name and address of the donor is known If a prohibited anonymous donation is received by a candidate the Standards Commission must be notified by the candidate within fourteen days of its receipt The donation or its value must also be remitted by the candidate to the Standards Commission Section 23 2 b Cash donations in excess of 200 1 5 2 Acceptance of a cash donation exceeding 200 in value is prohibited Section 23A 1 c iii 1 5 3 If such a donation is received the recipient of the donation must within 14 days of receipt of the donation return the donation to the donor or the part of it exceeding the limit and keep a written record of the return for the purpose of it being furnished to the Standards Commission if required or the recipient must within fourteen days of receipt notify the Standards Commission of receipt of the donation and remit the donation or the part of it exceeding the limit to the Standards Commission Section 23A 5 c Donations by non registered corporate donor in excess of 200 1 5 4 It is prohibited to accept a donation exceeding 200 in value from a corporate donor Section 23AA 1 unless the corporate donor is registered in the Register of Corporate Donors maintained by the Commission Section 23AA 1 i and a statement is made on behalf of the corporate donor and furnished with the donation to the donee confirming that the making of the donation was approved by the corporate donor Section 23AA 1 ii The statement must be accompanied by a statutory declaration that to the best of the knowledge and belief of the person concerned the statement is correct in every material respect and that the person has taken all reasonable action in order to satisfy him herself as to the accuracy of the statement Section 23AA 2 1 5 5 If a donation is received from a non registered corporate donor the recipient of the donation must within 14 days of receipt of the donation return the donation to the donor or if it is a monetary donation the part of it exceeding the limit and keep a written record of the return for the purpose of it being furnished to the Standards Commission if required or the recipient must

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  • Candidate Profile - Marie Casserly
    upgrades and improvements such as Post Offices Garda Stations National Schools and rural crime prevention strategies Supporting Farmers to enable them to have decent livelihood off the land to work on the farm and raise a family A fair health system that treats everyone with dignity and respect Regional development of sustainable employment creation such as harnessing the enormous potential of our North West tourism potential To campaign for equal opportunities for those living with a disability and support those who care for them Why Should People Vote for Me I will be a strong independent voice for the North West For too long the region has been neglected by successive governments We have lost generation of people in their twenties who have either migrated to the east coast of Ireland or emigrated due to the lack of opportunity I will fight for the badly needed resources and investment that has been focused on other regions of the country I want to support the start ups who want to make a better life for themselves and their families in the North West I will fight for adequate childcare to allow people to return to work Childcare workers should also be adequately remunerated for their work commensurate with their qualifications Many of the workers in the childcare sector have level 7 and 8 qualifications and are being paid the minimum wage Mental health services need to be properly resourced including the promotion of positive mental health in schools This would include the restoration of Guidance hours to schools which have been cut by this government through their austerity drive More emphasis on physical education in schools which should include more than the basic one session a week which the department of education require at the moment I propose that Physical Education

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  • News - Marie Casserly
    Worker earns an average wage of 9 41 per hour and an average of 19 000 per annum Pay for this job does not change much by experience with the most experienced earning only a bit more than the least People in this job generally don t have more than 20 years experience The rate of investment in Early Childhood Education is too low The sector By Marie On 4 January 2016 In News share tweet 1 0 Mediation A Cost Effective Alternative to the Courts The costs of going to court in Ireland are well documented and a person could expect to spend over 50 000 per party per day in the High Court There is a means of reducing both the time and cost involved in civil cases Councillor Marie Casserly recommends that parties consider Commercial mediation which she says has been shown to have approximately an 85 success rate in helping parties to a dispute to come to their own solution The parties normally appoint an independent mediator either from a panel appointed by a professional body or from a person who both parties trust to undertake the role Many mediators are legally qualified By Marie On 11 December 2015 In News share tweet 1 0 Pope Francis invited to visit Sligo Independent Councillor Marie Casserly has welcomed the news that Sligo County Council is the first council to invite Pope Francis to visit during his trip to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families in 2018 Cllr Casserly who drafted and submitted the motion to invite the Pope which was passed unanimously said that the county s unique Christian tradition made it a perfect stop off point during any future Papal visit Speaking following the council meeting she said Pope Francis commitment to the poor and helping those who are vulnerable is an inspiration He sets an example to us all and I know people of all faiths and none see his vision By Marie On 6 December 2015 In News share tweet 1 0 Childcare Cost Among Highest in EU For the many parents who attempt to juggle both work and family commitments in Ireland a significant hurdle that needs to be overcome is access to quality affordable childcare According to the OECD the average cost of childcare across its member countries is equivalent to 12 of a family s income if only this were true in the Irish context where average cost of childcare represents a massive 35 of a family s income Even for higher earners the percentage is 24 still double the OECD average As a percentage of wages net childcare costs in Ireland are the highest in the EU Childcare costs can represent the equivalent of By Marie On 2 December 2015 In News share tweet 1 0 School Books Lack of Rental Scheme School book rental schemes remove the need for parents to purchase new textbooks and are also considered as a viable alternative to annual second hand book sales

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  • Events Archive - Marie Casserly
    Event Views Navigation View As List Month Day Events In Search Events for February 2016 There were no results found Calendar Month Navigation January Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 1 2 3 4 5 6 Calendar Month Navigation January

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  • Biography - Marie Casserly
    a running group in Grange in 2009 which has since evolved into a very successful Senior Athletic Club I have run a marathon and half marathons along with shorter distances on a regular basis I also help coach girls Gaelic teams at an underage level I have worked in conjunction with An Taisce Clean Coasts Grange Tidy Towns and Sligo County Council and have organised several highly successful National Spring Clean and Clean Coasts projects I also liaise with sponsor groups in the community who benefit from Tús support through Sligo Leader Partnership Why Run For Election I have great respect and value for our community and rural life I wish for our children to be able to live in and enjoy the communities they grew up in and not to be forced by lack of opportunity and lack of employment to leave their communities or leave Ireland Through my voluntary work as a community activist I ve become aware of how difficult it is for ordinary people to access support and funding The fact is that there is funding available for a range of projects that could benefit the community and the individual but unfortunately I have found that it is very difficult to access these funds because of red tape and layers of bureaucracy It is the job of our local representatives to make sure that this situation is not allowed to continue Funding access must be made easier for people and those of us who have succeeded in negotiating the difficulties involved with getting projects off the ground must help others to do so As contributors to our communities we need to look at the things we can affect I know from experience that with work and determination we can build a playground or start a Men

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  • Community Groups & Committees - Marie Casserly
    Playground Group The organising committee of the North West Hospice Midsummer Walk The Armada Development Association Committee Board of Management Scoil Naomh Molaise Grange Treasurer and PRO of Grange and District Community Alert Founding Member Assistant treasurer of North Sligo Sports Centre Bookmarks An Taisce CAO Career Directions Careers Portal Citizens Information Clean Coasts Ireland Forfás Grange and Armada Development Association Grange and District Community Alert Group Irish Men s

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  • Independent Alliance Charter - Marie Casserly
    COMMUNITIES 3 NO PARTY WHIP REVOLUTION NOT TOKEN REFORM IN WORKINGS OF DAIL EIREANN NEEDED 4 BANKERS IF NO REFORM NO PRIVATISATION 5 WOMEN REMOVE ALL OBSTACLES TO ACHIEVING FULL POTENTIAL 6 THE VULNERABLE ABSOLUTE PROTECTION OF OLD SICK AND DISABLED 7 CHALLENGE BRUSSELS STOP ENDLESS KOW TOWING TO EUROPE 8 SMALL BUSINESS STIMULATE AND SUPPORT TO CREATE JOBS 9 ALL INSIDERS IN PUBLIC LIFE OR GUARDIANS OF PUBLIC MONEY

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