5 February 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

“This is my home county now, and I will do my utmost working with you for the benefit of Co Monaghan,” the new Chief Executive of Monaghan Co Council, Eamonn O’Sullivan, pledged to the elected members and local authority staff when he attended his first monthly meeting of the Council in Carrickmacross on Monday.

The Co Wicklow native, who took up his appointment in January, said the warmth of the welcome he had received had already made him feel at home in Monaghan.

Mr O’Sullivan was formally greeted by all sections of the Council’s elected membership, several of whom expressed the hope that he would remain in the senior management role for a longer period than his immediate predecessors and supply the continuity the local authority needed going into the future.

At the outset of the meeting, Cathaoirleach Noel Keelan said he wanted to formally welcome their new Chief Executive Eamonn O’Sullivan to the first Co Council meeting he had attended. Mr O’Sullivan had been in situ for the best part of one week, and the Cathaoirleach said he wished to acknowledge the work of Adge King who had been Acting CE for quite a period. Mr King had always been courteous and helpful to him, and kept him informed of events and issues.

The Cathaoirleach then introduced the individual councillors to the …


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