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Dr. John Walsh

Local Representative Castleknock

Working with Joan Burton, T.D. and Cllr Mary McCamley

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2019

13 Apr - involved with Tidy Towns initiatives in Blanchardstown, Castleknock Village and Auburn Avenue

11 Apr - attended table quiz in St Brigid's GAA club in support of new ERST secondary school for Castleknock

18 Mar - attended and supported TUI protest by teachers in Dublin and Dun Laoghaire ETB

17 Mar - walked with the Blanchardstown Tidy Towns group in the St. Patrick's Day parade

14 Mar - participated in Laurel Lodge Mast Action Group Table Quiz

10 Mar - attending Gala Opera Night in St. Brigid's, Castleknock

7 Mar - hosting public meeting on Royal Canal Urban Greenway at 8:15pm in St. Brigid's Community Centre, Blanchardstown.

5 Mar - attending Public Consultation on Royal Canal Urban Greenway

22 Feb - Phoenix FM Table Quiz

 

2014

20 May - Canvassing in College Grove with Ivana Bacik

20 May - At Roselawn meeting local residents with Michael Conaghan TD

18 May - Attended Fingal County Youth Orchestra Concert

2 May - Opened the 'Stranger than Truth' Exhibition at Draiocht

30 April - Meeting Springlawn Residents

29 April - Meeting Park Avenue Residents

28 April -  Meeting with Strawberry Beds' Residents' Association

14 April - Attending Council meeting

 

12 April - Attended St. Brigid's GAA Club dinner and presentations in the Crowne Plaza Hotel.

 

11 April - Participated in Castleknock GAA Table Quiz on Friday held in The Bell Pub.

 

9 April - Attended event to mark the start of work on the new Extension for the Castleknock Community College.

 

06 April - John attends opening of Scoil Choilm.

 

29 March - A successful morning canvassing on Delwood Road.

Reaction to Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy's recent comment on Labour's objective on homelessness

By John Walsh, Mar 25 2019 06:23PM

The recent statement made by Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy is outrageous. Murphy states, as shown in a tweet by Hugh O'Connell, that it was "irresponsible" of Labour to pledge to end homelessness after the death of Jonathan Corrie in December 2014.


Firstly, he assumes that homelessness will always be with us - like death and taxes.


Secondly he is deflecting from his own failure to achieve anything on homelessness or the housing crisis.


Last, but not least, he misrepresents the position taken by Labour ministers in the FG-Labour government which he supported - this was to end long term homelessness, surely a reasonable objective.

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