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Maurice Quinlivan TD


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Maurice Quinlivan -Spokesperson on Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation

A native of Ballynanty Beg, Maurice Quinlivan comes from a well known Limerick family.

Educated at Hassett’s Cross CBS, St. Nessan’s Community College and the School of Professional and Management Studies (now LIT), from which he graduated with a qualification in Industrial Engineering and Training, Maurice worked in the travel agency business for many years as a Manager in London and of Budget Travel in the Crescent Shopping Centre.

Maurice was first elected to Limerick City Council in 2009 and was re-elected in May 2014, topping the poll with almost 25% of the vote. Now a full-time public representative, he is Sinn Féin’s Group Leader on Limerick City and County Council and Chairperson of the Council’s Road and Transport Strategic Policy Committee.

Maurice is a member of several groups dealing with drug abuse and he is a Director of the Midwest Regional Drug and Alcohol Forum. He is also a member of the European Committee of the Regions and the Southern Regional Assembly. Over the last six years he has earned a reputation as the hardest working councillor in Limerick city.

Constituency Office 061 319 681

Statements (241)

Spectacular fail for Limerick’s private rented accommodation – Quinlivan8 November, 2017

120,000 people unemployed should not constitute ‘full employment’ – Maurice Quinlivan TD7 November, 2017

Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement must be given real teeth – Maurice Quinlivan TD2 November, 2017

Gardaí numbers for Limerick City not meeting recommended targets – Quinlivan25 October, 2017

Quinlivan welcomes move to open more beds in Limerick hospital20 October, 2017

Fans continue to get ripped off due to Fine Gael inaction on ticket touting – Maurice Quinlivan TD20 October, 2017

Apprenticeship funding another casualty of Fine Gael’s tax giveaway – Quinlivan19 October, 2017

Quinlivan calls on Tánaiste to publish report into ODCE Sean Fitzpatrick investigation failings12 October, 2017

Budget 2018: small minimum wage increase set to be eaten up by tax - Maurice Quinlivan TD11 October, 2017

Water ownership referendum required – Maurice Quinlivan TD5 October, 2017

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