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August
2019

Fingal 25th Event Blog Series at Fingal Libraries

Fingal 25th Event Blog Series at Fingal Libraries

Hello all,

It’s week 7 of our 25th Anniversary Event and, yes, still Stark RAVEN Mad in Fingal Libraries.

Week 7 of our unique, commemorative blog series can be found here: http://bit.ly/2KIKVAc

In todays instalment, Laura Flanagan, Fingal Libraries Staff, offers insight into the public library movement of the present day - and casts an inquiring eye to the future to query how public libraries may evolve.

Since the turn of the century, the public library service in Ireland has grown considerably, adapting and evolving to meet the needs of an ever-changing society. To find more, check out the subheadings: Shining a Light on the Public Library Service, Your Public Library Service – Today and Your Fingal Public Library Service.

The digital age has significantly altered how we interact with information, and as information serves as the cornerstone of the public library service, we look at how relationships to information have changed and how this has a knock-on effect on public libraries. For more, look under the subheadings: The Hybrid Public Library, Public Libraries & The Information Age and Public Libraries – Changing Spaces.

Thank you to Laura Flanagan for her continued work on this intriguing, once-off blog series.

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Original SMS Content: 25th Anniversary celebrations continue in Fingal Libraries as we publish our 7th blog in our unique, commemorative series: http://bit.ly/2KIKVAc

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Fingal County Council

Fingal County Council launche dthis Fingal Alerts service during 2014. This means that if you live or work in Fingal then you can receive alerts directly from the Council as soon as they are issued through the service by SMS Text Message, Email, Smartphone App and social media. It is free to register for an account and Fingal County Council also deliver the text messages so there is no charge to receive text message alerts. Fingal County Council currently provides alerts for the following service categories:
  1. Water Alerts via Irish Water: Text and Email alerts for Water Disruptions, Burst Mains or Boil Water Notifications
  2. Scheduled Road Works and Road Closures: Alerts will include affected areas and offer advice on diversions
  3. Flood Alerts: If there is a risk of flooding for a specific area then you will receive SMS, App and Email alerts
  4. Severe Weather Warnings: Orange and Red status alerts issued by Met Eireann forward on by the Council
  5. Planning Alerts: Local Planning Application Alerts and Local Area Plan Updates
  6. Community Alerts: These will be used for local events taking place in Fingal, eg. Festivals, Parades, etc.

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