James Lawless TD has welcomed the news that Intel has begun preparations for significant expansions to their Leixlip site.
James commented, “With two caps on, as a TD for the area and my party spokesperson on Science and Technology, I have regularly engaged with the microchip manufacturer. I am well aware of their commitment to our area and this will be another significant act of this assurance.”
“I look forward to continuing to work with Intel to support their efforts in increasing presence in Kildare and seeing the formal plans over 2019 which can only be a benefit for our community.”
Fianna Fáil Deputy Leader Dara Calleary chaired several selection conventions yesterday at the Westgrove Hotel in Clane. Seven candidates in total were selected to contest the local elections next May.
Cllr Naoise O’Cearuil and Cllr Paul Ward were returned unopposed for the Maynooth Electoral area.
Cllr Daragh Fitzpatrick and newcomer Daniel Ronan Keenan were returned for the Clane Electoral area.
Cllr Michael Coleman was returned opposed for the Celbridge Electoral area.
Cllr Carmel Kelly and Brian Larkin were returned for the Naas Electoral area.
Local Fianna Fáil Representatives have welcomed the announcement that four new classrooms will be provided at Newtown National School.
James Lawless TD commented “A number of weeks ago I had pleasure of visiting Newtown National School with local Cllr Paul Ward. Meeting with teaching staff it was very clear that the school had reached full capacity and urgently required additional classrooms. Having raised this with the Minister for Education in the Dáil I am delighted to confirm that four new classrooms will be provided for the school. I look forward to continuing to work with the school to aide their development and advocate for the teachers and students in Newtown.”
Cllr Naoise O’Cearuil, Cllr Paul Ward and James Lawless TD have made a Joint observation to An Bord Pleanála regarding the prosposed development at Mariaville, Moyglare Road and Dunboyne Road in Maynooth.
You can view their submission here
Cllr Paul Ward is very pleased to announce that the new school building project for St Josephs in Kilcock is now approved to go to tender in March.
“Great result for the Principal Anne, the staff, parents but most importantly the pupils! Thanks to James Lawless TD who I have been working on this with and who brought this up directly with the Minister of Education last week!”