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Chris Curran


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Chris Curran is the Sinn Féin public representative for Glencullen/Sandyford in Dublin South and LGBT officer. Chris, a resident of Levmoss in the Gallops, is a member of the Save Stepaside Garda Station Committee which campaigned against Labour and Fine Gael’s decision to do away with this vital community facility. Chris is a member of the Levmoss/Mimosa management committee and of the Luas Green Line Community Forum.

In 2012, Chris founded the Jack Crowe Memorial Dublin Mountain Challenge: a walk across the Dublin Mountains from Tallaght to Barnacullia, as well as a founder of the Three Rock Trekkers Walking Club.

On a voluntary basis, Chris is a member of an LGBT community group, based in Outhouse providing a listening, support and information service on a wide range of issues affecting the LGBT community. 

Statements (50)

Call for better emergency access to Traveller accommodation sites29 June, 2018

Carrickmines Fire Disaster - Shock at no DPP prosecution17 May, 2018

100% Population Increase : Reopen Stepaside Garda Station and begin plans for new station - Cllr Chris Curran13 May, 2018

Potential 100% population growth for Ballyogan and Environs over the course of the next decade - Councillor Chris Curran3 May, 2018

Local Councillor Chris Curran expresses disgust at Garda attack in Ballyogan1 May, 2018

Ballyogan Swimming Pool a victory for the community, says Sinn Féin’s Chris Curran30 April, 2018

Wesley College receives €150,000 for hockey pitch upgrade while school across the park is waiting nearly forty years for a sports hall23 April, 2018

Horse Racing Ireland – Do the right thing for those in need of housing – Curran10 April, 2018

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil block council discussion on social and affordable housing in Carrickmines - Cllr Chris Curran13 March, 2018

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil join together to prevent discussion on Leopardstown Racecourse land and potential for 400 new homes12 February, 2018

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