Limerick councillor is out of the election starting blocks

Fine Gael councillor Michael Sheahan.

THE 2024 local elections may be more than a year away, but one County Limerick public representative has already confirmed that he wants his name on the ballot paper.

Fine Gael councillor Michael Sheahan has told the Limerick Post that he intends to seek nomination for selection at the upcoming Fine Gael Convention as a candidate in the Adare-Rathkeale Municipal District.

First elected in Limerick City East in the 2009 local elections, he  was successful again in 2014 and in 2019. He was elected as Mayor of Limerick City and County for the year 2019/20.

A former Deputy Principal of Monaleen National School, Cllr Sheahan is current Board of Management member of both St Brigid’s and Bohermore Primary Schools.

He says his priorities are responding positively to the queries and needs of his constituents by way of information, advice, support, and representation.

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