Ábhair Shaincheisteanna Tráthúla - Topical Issue Matters

I wish to advise the House of the following matters in respect of which notice has been given under Standing Order 29A and the name of the Member in each case: (1) Deputies Declan Breathnach and Pat Casey - to discuss the IceCast road weather system used by local authorities for warnings to treat the road network; (2) Deputy John Lahart - to ensure the implementation of Operation Open City all year round to tackle the year-round traffic congestion in Dublin city; (3) Deputy Mick Wallace - to discuss suicide prevention resources for children and adolescents in County Wexford; (4) Deputy John Brassil - to provide funding for the development of disability services in counties Cork and Kerry; (5) Deputy Brendan Smith - The urgent need to provide additional services and to improve without further delay the provision of respite services in Cavan-Monaghan for persons with disabilities; (6) Deputy John Curran - the need to address funding issues for drug and alcohol task forces; (7) Deputy Clare Daly - to discuss overcrowding and the use of mattresses on floors as sleeping accommodation in the State’s prisons; (8) Deputy Mattie McGrath - to address the challenges facing community employment scheme operators in light of increased eligibility restrictions; (9) Deputy Brian Stanley - to outline the current issues with designating data controllers in regard to CCTV systems; (10) Deputy James Browne - to address the need to upgrade Rosslare Europort to make it ready for a no-deal Brexit; (11) Deputies Catherine Connolly and Éamon Ó Cuív - to address the imminent closure of Galway Autism Partnership due to a lack of financial support from the HSE; (12) Deputy Martin Ferris - to discuss the proposed closure of the draft salmon fishery on the River Feale in Kerry; (13) Deputy Louise O'Reilly - to discuss the provision of home support in Fingal; (14) Deputy Gino Kenny - to address the statistics of the Simon Communities on persons seeking help for their services; (15) Deputy Jackie Cahill - to address the recent tax ceiling of €70,000 imposed on the transfer of agricultural land to qualified young farmers; and (16) Deputy Richard Boyd Barrett - to address new planning guidelines with regard to building heights. The matters raised by Deputies Breathnach and Casey, Wallace, Lahart, and Stanley have been selected for discussion.