General Election Candidate for Dublin Bay North

Cian is the SocDems Spokesperson on Energy and Climate Change. Prior to becoming a councillor, Cian graduated with a Masters degree from UCD. He has also studied social policy and healthcare economics.

Since 2009, Cian has been an elected Councillor for Baldoyle, Sutton and Howth on Fingal County Council.

Cian has been very active working with residents in newer housing developments where concerns about pyrite and fire safety defects have emerged.

He is a strong advocate for improving regulation and oversight of builders and developers so that people can have peace of mind in their homes.

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“I joined the Social Democrats because the party has a serious plan for the long-term that will give people security in the areas of health, housing and employment.”

“I joined the Social Democrats because of their plan for the long-term that will give people security in the areas of health, housing and employment.”

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Cian discusses why he joined the SocDems

When I am out campaigning, hearing stories from both older and younger generations I feel we can do much better in terms of healthcare and housing.

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17 hours ago

Cian O'Callaghan

These are the areas affected by the boil water notice that Irish Water have issued: ... See MoreSee Less

These are the areas affected by the boil water notice that Irish Water have issued:

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How long will this last websites are down in irishwater

Is it sewage related?

Boil Water Notice advice: Water must be boiled for: • Drinking • Drinks made with water • Preparation of salads and similar foods, which are not cooked prior to eating • Brushing of teeth • Making of ice - discard ice cubes in fridges and freezers and filtered water in fridges. Make ice from cooled boiled water. What actions should be taken: • Use water prepared for drinking when preparing foods that will not be cooked (e.g. washing salads) • Water can be used for personal hygiene, bathing and flushing of toilets but not for brushing teeth or gargling • Boil water by bringing to a vigorous, rolling boil (e.g. with an automatic kettle) and allow to cool. Cover and store in a refrigerator or cold place. Water from the hot tap is not safe to drink. Domestic water filters will not render water safe to drink • Caution should be taken when bathing children to ensure that they do not swallow the bathing water • Prepare infant feeds with water that has been brought to the boil once and cooled. Do not use water that has been re-boiled several times. If bottled water is used for the preparation of infant feeds it should be boiled once and cooled. If you are using bottled water for preparing baby food, be aware that some natural mineral water may have high sodium content. The legal limit for sodium in drinking water is 200mg per litre. Check the label on the bottled water to make sure the sodium or `Na' is not greater than 200mg per litre. If it is, then it is advisable to use a different type of bottled water. If no other water is available, then use this water for as short a time as possible. It is important to keep babies hydrated. • Great care should be taken with boiled water to avoid burns and scalds as accidents can easily happen, especially with children.

24 hours ago

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2 months ago

Cian O'Callaghan

Great to see that the construction of the Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway going well and on course to be finished by the end of October.

The foundations for the cycle track and walkway are being completed and work will begin next week on putting in the foundations for the bridge over the River Mayne.

A stop go system will be in place next week from 10pm to 7am starting on Monday September 2nd till Friday September 6th to facilitate this work.

This project is the first part of a much more extensive Greenway that is being planned which will connect Sutton to to Donabate via Malahide and the Broadmeadow Estuary.
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Great to see that the construction of the Baldoyle to Portmarnock Greenway going well and on course to be finished by the end of October. 

The foundations for the cycle track and walkway are being completed and work will begin next week on putting in the foundations for the bridge over the River Mayne. 

A stop go system will be in place next week from 10pm to 7am starting on Monday September 2nd till Friday September 6th to facilitate this work. 

This project is the first part of a much more extensive Greenway that is being planned which will connect Sutton to to Donabate via Malahide and the Broadmeadow Estuary.

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It looks great x

Looks great 🚴‍♀️🍃🌊

Much needed

Cant wait im in Donabate

Robb, it's going well so far

Looks great! Cian O'Callaghan is there a plan to connect this greenway with Clongriffin? Father Collins Park maybe?

Did ur mum go to santa sabina?

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Irish Water have issued a Boil Water Notice for all areas serviced by Leixlip Water Treatment Plant; This covers Fingal and other areas.

Read the link below to find out more about the Notice and what to do.

#IWDublin

https://t.co/fJH05p7twD

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