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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 (59)

Minister must clarify policing plans for Stepaside and Cherrywood following publication of PAC report – Councillor Chris Curran23 January, 2018

Reduced Luas services beyond Sandyford Depot unacceptable - Councillor Chris Curran9 January, 2018

Stepaside Garda station should open but political strokes are unacceptable - Councillor Chris Curran29 September, 2017

Labour's attempt to increase property tax in Dún Laoghaire/Rathdown defeated12 September, 2017

Time for all local politicians to support Ballyogan Swimming Pool14 August, 2017

Councillor Chris Curran welcomes new accommodation for Carrickmines fire survivors2 August, 2017

Minister Ross urged to commit to Ballyogan Swimming Pool 27 July, 2017

Councillor Chris Curran welcomes news of Stepaside Garda Station reopening13 June, 2017

Local Sinn Fein rep calls for clarity on potential new Garda Station in Cherrywood12 May, 2017

Anger as Shane Ross snubs County Council on Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company10 April, 2017

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