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Lord Mayor's Coat of Arms

Immage of the Samual Beckett Bridge

The Coat of Arms of the Lord Mayor of Dublin (below) is derived from the City Arms. The figures of Law and Justice have been omitted, together with the floral emblems, and there are three important additions, the City Sword, the City Mace and the Cap of Maintenance, which are all closely identified with the Lord Mayor.

History

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The Mayor of Dublin position was created in June 1229 by Prince Henry III. This was elevated to Lord Mayor of Dublin in 1665 by King Charles II.
      
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Spending and Revenue

Dublin City Council has a Revenue Budget of €1.03b for 2020. This covers all our expenditure, including:

Your City Councillors

There are 63 democratically-elected public representatives on the council. The role of these councillors is to lay down the policy framework within which the city operates. Among their responsibilities (called ‘reserved functions’) are to:

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2019

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2018

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