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Cllr Tony Murphy

Thanks to all involved in RPM Balbriggan

0 September 14, 2015

I would like to thank everybody who helped make the RPM family formula fun event the great success that it was this year.  This event was supported by Fingal Co Co and cars were sponsored by; Bracken Court Hotel, Harford Motor Company,  Supervalu, Balbriggan.info, Progressive (more…)

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Special Olympics Success for Team Ireland

0 August 14, 2015

Team Ireland’s 88 athletes who took part in the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games, were welcomed back at Dublin Airport on 4th August by hundreds of screaming fans.  The team took home a total of 82 medals 26 Gold, 28 Silver and 28 Bronze medals along with 41 Placement (more…)

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Funding Secured for Balbriggan Lighthouse Dome

0 May 26, 2015

Cllr Tony Murphy (Ind) is delighted to have secured funding from Fingal County Council for the replacement of the Lighthouse Dome in Balbriggan. The Lighthouse Dome was removed in the 1960s due to corrosion. Local efforts over the past 50 years to have the dome replaced have been (more…)

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Balbriggan Tourist Office is on the Move

0 May 4, 2015

After extensive lobbying Cllr Tony Murphy has convinced Fingal County Council to relocate the Tourist Office into the civic Buildings on St. Georges Square Balbriggan.  “While we were happy to have a tourist office in Balbriggan it needed to be more visible and have a central location” he says. (more…)

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Murphy says NO to Irish Water

0 November 3, 2014

Fingal County Councillor Tony Murphy, in a hard hitting statement, says that it’s time to call a halt to the debacle that is Irish Water. “I don’t agree with charging people for water when we are already paying for it through our taxes. Furthermore, I do not agree with (more…)

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Murphy – Does Balbriggan Always Have to Satisfy Fingal’s Need for Social Housing?

0 April 14, 2014

Public Representative, Tony Murphy, challenges Fingal County Council to review its policy of providing planning permission for houses that are designed to satisfy the Council’s need for Social Housing. While recognising the need to provide social housing for local people, the current proposal to build more social housing units in Balbriggan for the general Fingal population is flawed and does not support the development of a well balanced community. (more…)