Local Election Candidate for Trim

Having spent several years working with an Irish charity overseas, Ronan returned home to Meath and became an English and History secondary school teacher at St Patrick’s Classical School, Navan.

His focus as a teacher has always been on helping young-adults become the best they can be, and he also co-ordinates the cross-country and athletics teams at school.

Back living in Trim with his wife and two young children, Ronan has a BA from Galway and MSc in Sustainable Development in Dublin.

“I look forward to meeting people and discussing how social democratic policies will help them and their kids into the future.”

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Continuing on with empowerment I wanted to share a past video we created on how people can constructively raise issues in their local areas.

Whether it be street lighting that is out, issues of spot dumping, potholes, etc. fixyourstreet.ie is a government run website that tries to make it easier for us all to report local concerns. That way you don't have to rely on a local representative to get the street light fix and then be beholden to them. You can do it yourself.

As I mention in this video, this tool has huge potential but I don't believe it is being used or promoted enough by local government.

If elected I will try to more clearly establish how many local issues in my area of Trim and South Meath are being recorded on this website and dealt with by the council on a regular basis. This tool can empower people and more energy should be spent to do just that.

#LE2019 #knowyourcandidates #socialdemocrats #meath

Ronan Moore for Meath West
This week, I'm looking at FixYourStreet, a great initiative that allows you to log any complaints you may have with regards to local authority maintenance issues in your area. I'm interested to see how quickly Meath County Council respond to this problem at Butterstream Manor in Trim. Find out how to #Fixyourstreet
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To finish today's focus on making sure you are eligible to vote in this May's Local Elections, I wanted to share one more video from the Immigrant Council of Ireland.

Remember unlike the General Elections, more people are able to vote in the Local Elections for representatives whose duty is to represent you on your local city or county council.

You do not have to be born in Ireland or an Irish citizen to be eligible to vote here as this video from the Immigrant Council of Ireland explains.

#LE2019 #vote

www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=3&v=P4vwulTRsMIIn May, there will be local elections across Ireland to elect public representatives to city and county council. Everyone aged 18 and over that is a resident...
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I want to continue focusing on making sure you are eligible to vote in this May's Local Elections.

Remember unlike the General Elections, more people are able to vote in the Local Elections for representatives whose duty is to represent you on your local city or county council.

You do not have to be born in Ireland or an Irish citizen to be eligible to vote here as this video from the immigrant Council of Ireland explains.

#LE2019 #vote

www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=6vjqFG5FAtMIn May, there will be local elections across Ireland to elect public representatives to city and county council. Everyone aged 18 and over that is a resident...
... See MoreSee Less

Video image

Comment on Facebook

I want to continue focusing on making sure you are eligible to vote in this May's Local Elections.

Remember unlike the General Elections, more people are able to vote in the Local Elections for representatives whose duty is to represent you on your local city or county council.

You do not have to be born in Ireland or an Irish citizen to be eligible to vote here as this video from the immigrant Council of Ireland explains.

#LE2019 #vote

www.youtube.com/watch?v=am9vT8uc5FkIn May, there will be local elections across Ireland to elect public representatives to city and county council. Everyone aged 18 and over that is a resident...
... See MoreSee Less

Video image

Comment on Facebook

I want to continue focusing on making sure you are eligible to vote in this May's Local Elections.

Remember unlike the General Elections, more people are able to vote in the Local Elections for representatives whose duty is to represent you on your local city or county council.

You do not have to be born in Ireland or an Irish citizen to be eligible to vote here as this video from the immigrant Council of Ireland explains.

#LE2019 #vote

www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=20&v=FWsytT9tmNsIn May, there will be local elections across Ireland to elect public representatives to city and county council. Everyone aged 18 and over that is a resident...
... See MoreSee Less

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