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It is seven days to polling day and seven days to a new era in our political landscape.
With Mayo County Councillor, Michael Kilcoyne finally making his mind up to enter the race for the 31st Dáil this week the major parties were given another headache as they prepare for the election on February 25. Kilcoyne wasn’t the only independent to put his name in the hat this week with Ballina pair Martin Daly and Loretta Clarke joining what is fast becoming a congested field of candidates.
Since the foundation of the party in March 1926 and the subsequent election in June of 1927 when Patrick J Ruttledge, Michael Kilroy, and Eugene Mullen were returned to the fifth Dáil, the Fianna Fáil party have always had at least two members returned to Leinster House at general election time from Mayo. But as the spectre of the 2011 General Election looms ever larger on the horizon that proud record looks to be ready to fall in the county.
GUBU. Grotesque, unbelievable, bizarre, and unprecedented. That’s how a period of turmoil involving Charlie Haughey was defined in the 1980s. It does not come close to describing events since Christmas.
A meeting of the officer board of Castlebar Fianna Fail Comhairle Ceantar was held on Wednesday to finalise end of year matters and to hold preliminary discussions on the forthcoming general election. John Hamrock, chairman, presided at the meeting.
Mayo Fianna Fail TD Beverley Cooper Flynn was due to announce last night (Thursday) that she will not be running for election in the upcoming 2011 general election as she has decided to quit national politics due to family reasons.
A full time chiropodist for Mayo is to be appointed by the HSE to provide clinics around the county, Deputy Beverley Flynn has confirmed.
Some 170 Mayo schools are to benefit from the allocation of funding for high-tech classrooms, said Beverley Flynn, TD. The Mayo primary schools will receive in all €800,000 in funds, with each school receiving a block grant of €1,700 and a payment of €35.70 a pupil to enable the schools purchase high-tech equipment.
A € 1.1m funding allocation for water schemes in Mayo has been welcomed by Beverley Flynn TD.