Killybegs fishing operator Manus Boyle is to hunt nomination as a Positive Gael native election candidate for Donegal County Council.
Boyle will go ahead as a candidate for the Positive Gael native choice conference on January nineteenth.
He’s a member of the Dunkineely, Bruckless and Killybegs Department of Positive Gael and the director of Killybegs Stevedoring Restricted.
Talking about their candidate, a spokesperson for the department stated he will likely be a voice for fishing and rural communities: “A steadfast advocate for Coastal and Island communities, Manus’s deep ties to the fishing trade drive his ardour for its revitalization.
“With a historical past of championing the trade’s issues to authorities officers, he has solid significant relationships to instigate optimistic change. Manus can also be dedicated to healthcare, aged care, schooling & neighborhood housing. With an amazing data of agriculture he’s passionate in combating for higher futures for all farmers. He constantly assisted his father former Co Councillor John Boyle in all features of neighborhood welfare and isn’t any stranger to Council issues.
“Identified by locals for his on the spot accessibility by telephone and his dedication to resolve native points, we consider Manus Boyle is poised to make a major affect in Donegal South West and for the Coastal and Island communities round Eire. We eagerly anticipate the conference and are optimistic about his candidacy within the upcoming native elections.”
Killybegs fishing rep Manus Boyle to hunt election nomination was final modified: January eighth, 2024 by