Councillor at Fingal County Council
Joe is an Independent Councillor Candidate for the Swords Electoral Area. Joe was elected to Fingal County Council in 2014.
Joe’s manifesto for election was based on what he heard calling door to door and listening to the people of Fingal. He is there to work on behalf of the people of Fingal and to strengthen relationships between the local council and the people of Fingal.
The very succesful Fingal Film Festival is taking place this year in Swords Castle, this is a great venue for this event and I am delighted to see the many opportunities that the renovation of what was a derelict building up to a couple of years has opened up for the...read more
The Swords Woodland Association is a group of like minded volunteers promoting the preservation and development of woodlands in Fingal and Swords The association is presently embarking on an educational initiative to educate local schoolchildren on the importance and...read more
Pub Quiz 2017 Swords Tidy Towns is holding their annual Fund Raising Table Quiz Night in the Boro Pub Main St Swords on Thursday the 14th September. Kick off is at 8pm sharp, price per head is 10e, arrive early if you want to snap up the best seats. As you are aware...read more
As part of the Creative Fingal Programme, Fingal County Council will support individuals and groups to develop initiatives that support culture and creativity in the community. The scheme is open for applications from June 2017 with €20,000 made available in the...read more
After the success of Flavours of Fingal it is time to get ready for our next great festival Swords Summer Festival 2017. The festival is bigger and better this year and will take place over four days from July 20th to 23rd. Fingal Events team have put together a...read more
I put forward a motion on the 13th of April at the local area B meeting, the rationale of my motion was to highlight a number of issues that are detrimental to how people perceive our town, the motion asked the council to facilitate the coming together of various...read more
Since my election in 2014 I have continued to press the economic development department to ensure that males over 55 years of age are provided with employment opportunities. see the following excerpt from the paper "This paper analyses the employment landscape and...read more
The council has embarked on the Fingal Libraries Development Plan 2017 to 2021, The council say this is a great opportunity for the council to make a public statement about the development of libraries in the county over the next five years If you wish to make...read more
Creative Ireland Programme a Govenment Initiative. I was delighted to read about the Govenment initiative and I believe that Fingal County Council and the artistic community in Fingal are well placed to benefit by this initiative, this initiative will provide great...read more
The special works program for 2017 was announced at the local area meeting in February,the allocation of €2,503,000 was welcomed, it was agreed by all Councillor's to be a fair distribution of available resources. I was particularly happy that a number of projects...read more
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