1985: First ran for election for Muine Bheag Town Council, resulting in my election with the second highest vote for Fianna Fail, winning a seat.
1991: I contested the Carlow County Council elections. I received the third highest vote, 1st for Fianna Fail, resulting in my election to represent Muine Bheag at both county and town council level.
1999: I contested the Town Council and Carlow County Council elections. I was successful in both local authorities, receiving an extremely high vote and am currently the Chairman of the muine Bheag Town Council.
As our leader Micheál Martin said earlier, we are eager to ensure that next week’s Dáil sitting deals with some substantive business. If the government proposes to bring forward urgent legislation we will insist that this be done in accordance with their agreement to allow due time to consider the bills before debate. We will…
Cllr Paul McAuliffe has welcomed the addition of 1500 new trees for the local Tolka Valley Park As part of National Tree Week Dublin City Council in conjunction with Vodafone will hold a tree planting event at Tolka Valley Park Finglas at which the Lord Mayor Gerry Breen will officiate. Vodafone are sponsoring the tree…
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