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Sean Lynch to contest local election

category longford | politics / elections | press release author Monday April 20, 2009 22:17author by Saoirse - Republican Sinn Feinauthor email saoirse at iol dot ieauthor address 223 Parnell St, Dublin 1author phone 01 8729747 Report this post to the editors

At a recent convention Sean Lynch was selected by Republican Sinn Féin to contest the forthcoming local elections. He will be a candidate for Longford Co Council in the Drumlish area

He was first elected in 1974 –having been unsuccessful in securing the co-option following the death of his late father in 1969.

His late father Sean F Lynch represented Drumlish from the early 1930s on Longford Co Council.
Sean himself served as chairman of Longford Co Council in 1980/81.

Sean served on various committees during his tenure on the council, such as the VEC and also as chairman of the North Longford Roads Committee.

Sean intends if elected to continue to work with honesty and integrity in the service of the people.
Some of the issues which Sean in the past played a leading role in addressing included: Loughgowna Regional Water Supply Scheme – which his father started – public lighting, improvement of roads, extension of the severely handicapped areas in support of the farming community of North Longford.

Sean recently underwent a hip-replacement operation for which he endured a wait of over two years. Cuts in health services for rural Ireland and lengthy delays for people awaiting basic medical procedures are issues which Sean feels strongly about.

“The real victims of the present economic collapse are the ordinary people of Ireland. Those who profited least from the so-called ‘Celtic Tiger’ are now the people to suffer most”, says Sean Lynch.

Owing to his recent hip-replacement Sean regrets that unlike in previous campaigns he may not be able to call to every house before the election. However Sean can be contacted at: 84146 or 086 1028917.

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