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Cathleen Carney Boud

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Cathleen Carney Boud was born in to a large family with roots in North Dublin and lives in Ballygall with her husband, originally from Glasnevin, and their three children. A law student of Trinity College, Cathleen believes equality in education is the key to a brighter future for all of the children of our nation.

Cathleen was elected to Dublin City Council in 2014. She and her colleagues have since secured a reduction in Local Property Tax, campaigned against water charges, highlighted the housing crisis, and protected Moore Street. Cathleen is on the Education Training Board, local school boards, the Joint Policing Committee and the Planning & International Relations SPC.

Cathleen Carney Boud is standing in the General Election with a promise to abolish the water charges and the Local Property Tax. Cathleen is also committed to tackling the housing crisis and providing a fairer tax system that aims to create a more equal society.

Contact details and Clinic Times:

Telephone: 087 3817242/ 01 834 7674

Email [email protected]

Clinics:

Mondays 10.30 to 12.30 at Finglas Sinn Féin constituency office

Statements (23)

Dublin City Council passes Motion on a Border Poll for Irish Unity – Carney Boud10 January, 2017

Cllr Carney Boud hits out at Minister Burton’s move to shift payment of benefits from post offices to banks14 April, 2016

Fianna Fáil’s childcare promises echo empty promises of 2007 - Cllr Carney-Boud12 February, 2016

Increasing Third Level Fees to €4000 would be detrimental to those on low incomes – Cllr Carney Boud15 December, 2015

800 new jobs at DCU welcome but government must ensure proper transport and housing infrastructure is in place- Cllr Carney Boud9 December, 2015

Levels of deprivation in Ireland unacceptable – Cllr Carney Boud26 November, 2015

New Bank of Ireland changes will impact older people – Cllr Carney Boud4 November, 2015

Road safety measures needed outside Gaelscoil Ui Earcain to keep children safe – Councillor Carney Boud21 October, 2015

Cllr Carney Boud condemns racist attacks in Willow Park Estate16 October, 2015

Budget is of little good to young people - Cllr Carney Boud14 October, 2015

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