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Voting Now Open - €300k Have Your Say

22 22nd May 2017 Grants
Home News Voting Now Open - €300k Have Your Say

South Dublin County Council Participatory Budgeting Lucan Electoral Area Online Ballot – Adamstown / Lucan / Palmerstown

€300k Have Your Say – The Public Vote is now open until the 26th May 2017. Voters will be asked to choose their favourite ideas up to the value of €300,000 from the list of projects which are available online including a brief description.  

Instructions

  • If you live in the Lucan Electoral Area (Adamstown / Lucan / Palmerstown), you may vote on the shortlisted projects which you think will be of most benefit to your community.
  • Click the “Vote for Project” tick box on each project which you wish to vote for.
  • You can vote on projects up to and including a value of €300,000 (you can select multiple projects).
  • The total amount which you are voting for will be calculated for you on the top of the page as you vote on individual projects.
  • You can select or deselect projects on the voting form as often as you wish until you finally cast your vote.
  • When you are finished, complete the additional details at the bottom of the page and click “cast your vote”.
  • You will receive a verification email at the email address which you provide (don’t forget to check your spam folder) and you need to follow the instructions contained therein in order to verify and validate your vote. Only votes cast which are validated by email will be included in the final result.
  • You may vote once and when your vote is cast it cannot be changed.
 If you have any queries regarding this process, please contact the Communications Unit in South Dublin County Council by email at communications@sdublincoco.ie or by phone at 01 4149285