29 July 2016 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Veronica Corr

Last Friday morning, Oireachtas members, local councillors and Chamber of Commerce representatives came together to discuss the possibility of bringing an Intreo centre to Ballybay.

Intreo is a new service from the Department of Social Protection, which acts as a single point of contact for all employment and income supports.
Designed to provide a more streamlined approach, Intreo offers practical, tailored employment services and supports for jobseekers and employers alike.

This special meeting, which was chaired by Ballybay/Clones Municipal District Cathaoirleach Pat Treanor on behalf of the body that called it, took place in Ballybay Wetlands Centre.

Public representatives present were: Dáil Deputies Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin (Sinn Féin), Brendan Smith (Fianna Fáil) and Niamh Smyth (Fianna Fáil); Senators Diarmuid Wilson (Fianna Fáil), Joe O’Reilly (Fine Gael), Robbie Gallagher (Fianna Fáil) and Monaghan County Councillor Seamus Coyle (Fianna Fáil).

Ballybay/Clones Municipal District was also represented by Co-ordinator Kevin McNally and Lorraine Brogan.

Chairperson of the Ballybay ….

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