Declan Breathnach (57) is from Knockbridge, Dundalk and is the father of two adult children, Cian & Meabh. He was formerly a Primary School Principal of Walshestown NS, Clogherhead and taught before that in Dunleer NS. Declan has been a member of Louth County Council for 25 years serving as Chairperson on two occasions and for 2014/2015 he was first Chair of Dundalk Municipal District. He is a lifelong community activist with interests in Tidy Towns, tourism promotion and community development and employment. Declan championed the provision of the Stephenstown Pond project, rural water services, the Mid Louth Community Employment Scheme, Cross Border co-operation, Age Friendly status and the Louth Economic Forum.
Declan will fight for your community and ensure your voice is heard nationally by:
» Working to secure employment opportunities and support small businesses.
» Demanding improved healthcare, better education, safer communities and improved housing provision and supports;
» Supporting all aspects of family life both young and old with provision of adequate childcare and supports for the elderly;
» Promoting tourism opportunities for the region including cross-border co-operation;
» Expanding our infrastructure with more attention to our road network including minor roads, rail and bus services for commuters and proper delivery of broadband and mobile phone networks.
My commitment to you is to strive to make Louth/Meath East a vibrant place to live, work and grow old in and where our people can feel safe in their homes and communities and where a Fair Recovery is delivered to all regardless of age.
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