Dear Members and Residents,
It was a busy weekend with lots going on in Brennanstown.
The large willow tree was damaged Saturday night with a large portion of it falling down. The residents association have been in touch with Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council parks dept and asked them to remove the fallen branch.
Last night a few eagle eyed residents spotted a dozen teens (not residents) removing pallets from the Doyles Nursery site and putting them into trolleys which were stolen from Tesco Ballybrack and SuperValu Killiney. They were building a bonfire in Kilbogget Park.
Two brave residents chased them off while another called the Gardaí who were on the scene in just a few minutes. The Gardaí called the parks dept who promptly removed all the pallets.
The Residents Association contacted Supervalu and they removed their trollies this afternoon, we’ve not had a response from Tesco despite multiple emails and phone calls.
We’d like to thank a very kind resident who spent Saturday afternoon working with some of the boys to repair the damaged goal posts. Thanks Paul!
The residents of Le Hunt House had some fun last night, with goody bags for trick or treaters in the lobby watched over by the Wicked Witch of Le Hunt House.
And finally we received this message from a resident on Halloween night…
‘To all the trick and treaters that called to doors in Brennanstown tonight well done and all were very polite and Courteous’
Residents Association Committee