Lynch welcomes Angela Murphy nomination to Passage West Town Council
Issued : Tuesday 24 April, 2012
Labour T.D., Ciaran Lynch, has welcomed the local Labour Party selection of Angela Murphy to fill a current vacancy of Passage West Town Council. The position arose following the recent stepping down of a member on the Council.
Deputy Ciaran Lynch said; "Angela is well known and respected in the Passage and Monkstown communities. I know that she will to be a vocal voice as a member of the Town Council. She has a record of hard work and I am very confident that she will prove to be a committed and very able public representative".
Speaking following the announcement, Angela Murphy said; "I am so proud to have received the Labour Party nomination to become a Town Councillor for Passage West. I have much to live up to as my father was a Town Councillor for over 25 years but I know with the support of my constituency colleagues; Deputy Ciaran Lynch and Councillors Paula Desmond and David O'Byrne that I will be able to continue the great work already done for Passage West".
Councillor Paula Desmond welcomed the news saying; "It is great to see that a local woman, born and bred in Passage West, has been successfully nominated to the Town Council. Angela is committed to the future development of the constituency and I look forward to working with her".
Councillor David O'Byrne also commented on the announcement saying; "I am delighted that Angela will be joining me on the Council, adding further to the already strong Labour representation in Passage West. Angela comes from a long line of serving the people of Passage West and she will serve the people of the town exceptionally well".
Incoming Councillor Angela Murphy pictured signing her nomination papers at Passage West Town Council. Pictured (L-R) Deputy Ciaran Lynch, Angela Murphy, Councillor Paula Desmond and Councillor David O'Byrne.