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MONAGHAN TO GET NEW COUNTY MANAGER

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6 Sep 2013 Comments Off on MONAGHAN TO GET NEW COUNTY MANAGER
MONAGHAN TO GET NEW COUNTY MANAGER

Acting Co Manager David Fallon made the surprise announcement at Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council that he was retiring from local government in December. Mr Fallon confirmed that recruitment towards filling the post of Monaghan Co Manager was currently underway, and indicated that an appointment would be in place by the end of October. “You will be aware that the Manager’s position has been advertised,” he told the members. “A recruitment process is now underway, and a new Manager will be nominated at the end of ...

NATIONAL IMPORTANCE OF BORDER ROAD ROUTE STRESSED BY MANAGER

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23 Nov 2012 Comments Off on NATIONAL IMPORTANCE OF BORDER ROAD ROUTE STRESSED BY MANAGER
NATIONAL IMPORTANCE OF BORDER ROAD ROUTE STRESSED BY MANAGER

“This is an example of Co Monaghan operating on a national scale for the good of this country and the island as a whole,” stated Acting Co Manager David Fallon at Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council when stressing the strategic importance of the N2 Clontibret to the Border road scheme. Debate on the project, which is facing a body of organised opposition in the North Monaghan area in the form of the Don’t Bypass The Bypass campaign group, was initiated at the meeting – held to consider submissions ...

Monaghan contractors angry at losing out on major projects

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19 Nov 2010 Comments Off on Monaghan contractors angry at losing out on major projects

Anger and frustration among Monaghan-based construction firms that the contracts for major public works in the county were consistently awarded to contractors from outside the county, very often to those based in Northern Ireland, was aired when Monaghan Town Council met on Monday night. Both Monaghan Town Manager David Fallon and Town Engineer Gareth McMahon emphasised in the course of the debate that local authorities were bound by strict procurement rules in the awarding of tenders and were compelled to accept the lowest tender submitted in all but exceptional circumstances.  They ...