Articles tagged with: Sean Conlan

TD FURTHER REMANDED ON BALLYBAY PUB INCIDENT CHARGES

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28 Jan 2016 Comments Off on TD FURTHER REMANDED ON BALLYBAY PUB INCIDENT CHARGES

A local TD appeared in court yesterday (Wednesday) on remand on bail on charges relating to an alleged assault at his family-owned pub last year. Former Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael deputy, Sean Conlan, who recently resigned from the party -because of what he termed as his dissatisfaction over the response to issues he raised in the constituency – had been remanded from a previous sitting of Carrickmacross District Court on his own bail of €100. The deputy appeared briefly in court again on two charges relating to the incident at the licensed premises ...

FORMER FINE GAEL T.D. REMANDED ON ASSAULT CHARGE

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4 Dec 2015 Comments Off on FORMER FINE GAEL T.D. REMANDED ON ASSAULT CHARGE
FORMER FINE GAEL T.D. REMANDED ON ASSAULT CHARGE

A former Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael Dáil Deputy was remanded on his own bail of €100 to a further sitting of the District Court at Carrickmacross on January 27 next when he appeared on two charges yesterday, Wednesday relating to an incident at his family-owned licensed premises in Ballybay on August 23 last. Sean Conlan of Main Street, Ballybay, was present in the body of the court when the charges were read out by Garda Inspector Kevin Gavigan, Carrickmacross, who was prosecuting. Deputy Conlan last week announced his resignation from FG over the ...

CONLAN CITES PYLONS AS MAIN REASON FOR FG RESIGNATION

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27 Nov 2015 Comments Off on CONLAN CITES PYLONS AS MAIN REASON FOR FG RESIGNATION

…But TD slams party where “you will be punished” for speaking out By MICHAEL McDONNELL TUESDAY’S sudden announcement by Seán Conlan that he was resigning from Fine Gael has completed a major rearrangement of the party’s political landscape in Co Monaghan, coming as it did less than 24 hours after veteran local public representative Hughie McElvaney had also declared his resignation from FG ranks. Deputy Conlan made his decision public on local radio on Tuesday, where he cited his opposition to the EirGrid’s North South Interconnector as his reason for parting ways with ...

FINE GAEL TD DENIES BALLYBAY PUB ASSAULT ACCUSATIONS

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4 Sep 2015 Comments Off on FINE GAEL TD DENIES BALLYBAY PUB ASSAULT ACCUSATIONS
FINE GAEL TD DENIES BALLYBAY PUB ASSAULT ACCUSATIONS

Fine Gael TD for Cavan/Monaghan Sean Conlan has denied allegations of assault arising from an incident in his family public house in Ballybay on Sunday week last. Deputy Conlan was arrested by Gardaí and interviewed in relation to the incident when he voluntarily presented himself at Castleblayney Garda Station on Tuesday morning. The TD was later released without charge. Gardaí say that a file on the matter is to be sent to the Director of Public Prosecutions. In a statement released by the Fine Gael Press Office and circulated to media outlets on ...

PYLONS CONTROVERSY – FG CONFIDENT DEPUTY CONLAN’S INTERVENTION WILL BEAR FRUIT!

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7 Feb 2014 Comments Off on PYLONS CONTROVERSY – FG CONFIDENT DEPUTY CONLAN’S INTERVENTION WILL BEAR FRUIT!
PYLONS CONTROVERSY – FG CONFIDENT DEPUTY CONLAN’S INTERVENTION WILL BEAR FRUIT!

The intervention made by Fine Gael TD for Cavan/Monaghan Sean Conlan with Taoiseach Enda Kenny to have the controversial EirGrid north-south electricity interconnector included in an independent review of undergrounding options for planned electricity infrastructure projects could yield positive results, the FG members insisted at Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council. The controversy over the exclusion of the north-south project from the parameters of the review announced last week was extensively debated, and a proposal was adopted from Sinn Féin’s Matt Carthy, seconded by his party colleague Noel Keelan, ...

FG TD ATTRACTS PARTY OPPOSITION FOR STANCE ON BORDER ROAD SCHEME

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21 Sep 2012 Comments Off on FG TD ATTRACTS PARTY OPPOSITION FOR STANCE ON BORDER ROAD SCHEME

Fine Gael TD for Cavan/Monaghan Sean Conlan came under accentuated pressure this week to recant his opposition to the N2 Clontibret to the Border road scheme, with some members of his party grouping on Monaghan Co Council publicly differing with their Dáil colleague regarding his stance on the issue. Disappointment was expressed by Co Mayor Hugh McElvaney that Deputy Conlan had reiterated his antipathy to the road proposal – which is the subject of a vocal opposition campaign by members of the Don’t Bypass the Bypass grouping in North ...

DEPUTY CONLAN’S €2.18M NEW YEAR BOOST FOR BLAYNEY

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6 Jan 2012 Comments Off on DEPUTY CONLAN’S €2.18M NEW YEAR BOOST FOR BLAYNEY
DEPUTY CONLAN’S  €2.18M NEW YEAR BOOST FOR BLAYNEY

By PATSY McARDLE FINE Gael Dail deputy for Cavan/Monaghan Sean Conlan has succeeded in getting Department approval for a major allocation of €2.18 million for a long awaited major residential care complex, which will include a group centre and ten housing units, for adults in need of special care, to be built at Castleblayney. This is seen as a huge New Year boost for the Mid-Monaghan town and the wider Cavan/Monaghan constituency, where there has been an ongoing demand ...

DEPUTY CONLAN UNDER FIRE FOR STANCE ON CLONTIBRET ROAD PROJECT

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8 Jul 2011 Comments Off on DEPUTY CONLAN UNDER FIRE FOR STANCE ON CLONTIBRET ROAD PROJECT
DEPUTY CONLAN UNDER FIRE FOR STANCE ON CLONTIBRET ROAD PROJECT

Fine Gael TD for Cavan/Monaghan Sean Conlan came under fire at Monday’s meeting of Monaghan Co Council from Sinn Féin’s Brian McKenna for a recent Northern Standard article which indicated that the Deputy was calling on Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar to bring to a halt the N2 Clontibret to the Border road project. Colr McKenna was sharply critical of the stance taken on this issue by Deputy Conlan, and his views were echoed by some of the Fianna Fáil councillors, with Padraig McNally asking ...

Sean Conlan selected for Fine Gael

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28 Jan 2011 Comments Off on Sean Conlan selected for Fine Gael
Sean Conlan selected for Fine Gael

POPULAR Ballybay town councillor and local solicitor, Sean Conlan, son of the late legendary Fine Gael deputy, John Francis Conlan, has been selected by Fine Gael to contest the forthcoming General Election in the five-seat Cavan/Monaghan Constituency. The Ballybay man, whose late father served a record 49 years in public life, including the Oireachtas, is to join Senator Joe O”Reilly, Cavan, and a Monaghan County Council member, Heather Humphreys, along with a fourth Cavan-based runner, Cllr. Peter McVitty on the party ticket. Senator O’Reilly and Cllr Humphreys ...