Fingal Cllr Tony Murphy announces Dáil bidNovember 20, 2015 ADMIN 0
Balbriggan based Cllr. Murphy declared his candidacy for a Dáil seat at a packed function in the Bracken Court Hotel, Balbriggan. He was supported at the launch by Senator Fergal Quinn, Deputy Shane Ross TD, leader of the Independent Alliance, Deputy Finian McGrath TD and fellow Fingal County Councillors.
Addressing his enthusiastic supporters Cllr Murphy stated that one of his primary goals when elected is to ensure that Balbriggan and North Fingal gets the supports and infrastructure that it deserves but which have not been made available by successive governments. He went on to say that jobs is the key to addressing many of the shortcomings in the area. Balbriggan and North Fingal suffers from excessively high levels of unemployment, questionable housing developments and social housing allocations and dilapidated town centres, said Cllr Murphy. More employment, better housing, and better towns centres is what Murphy has committed himself to achieving when elected to the next Dáil.
Cllr Murphy, since his election to Fingal County Council last year has been instrumental in securing funding for sports and services, addressing inadequacies in housing, resolving constituent’s problems at both local and central government levels.
Tony Murphy thanked his supports for their tremendous show of confidence in him as a candidate in the upcoming general election and promised to ensure that when elected he would make Balbriggan and Fingal North the place to work, live and do business.