Here is an exhaustive list of local and european election candidates standing in our area. Some brief profile information will be published shortly on candidates and it will be highlighted on this website which of these candidates support a modern day poster free election campaign. This website will not be be used to canvass for any particular candidate. The publication of information such as those candidates in support of a poster free campaign and other activities that benefit our community and local area will be for the sole purpose of providing an update for community members and residents.
- Seamus McMenamin – Green Party
- Cllr. Tommy Reilly – Fianna Fáil
- Cllr. Padraig Fitzsimons – Fianna Fáil
- Madeline Thornton – Fianna Fáil
- Jenny McHugh – Fianna Fáil
- Yemi Adenuga – Fine Gael
- Karen Byrne – Fine Gael
- Ross Kelly – Fine Gael
- Cllr. Francis Deane – Independent
- Cllr. Wayne Forde – Independent
- Alan Lawes – Independent
- Stephen Ball – Independent
- Amy McGrath – Social Democrats
- Emer Tóibín – Aontú
- Cllr. Sinéad Burke – Sinn Féin
- Cllr. Edward Fennessy – Sinn Féin
- Mairead McGuinness- Fine Gael
- Maria Walsh – Fine Gael
- Brendan Smith – Fianna Fáil
- Anne Rabbitte – Fianna Fáil
- Matt Carthy – Sinn Féin
- Dominic Hannigan – Labour
- Saoirse McHugh – Green Party
- Cyril Brennan – People Before Profit
- Michael O’Dowd – Renua
- Patrick Greene – Direct Democracy Ireland
- Luke ‘Ming’ Flanagan – Independent
- Peter Casey – Independent
- Dilip Mahapatra – Independent
- Fidelma Healy Eames – Independent
- James Miller – Independent
- Diarmaid Mulcahy – Independent
- Olive O’Connor – Independent
Johnstown Tidy Towns have entered the national Tidy Towns competition on two occasions (2017 & 2018). The results achieved in 2018 represented a 6% improvement on the previous year. This achievement was recognised by the Endeavour award that was presented to Johnstown Tidy Towns this year. The 2018 report is available here.
Johnstown Tidy Towns urgently require volunteers to help continue this momentum. The committee has identified a number of current and possible future projects, however ideas and suggestions from the wider community are always very welcome.
If you could provide some time to help Johnstown Tidy Towns, please email email@example.com, contact them through the Facebook page or come along to their next activity.
The Johnstown Community web team are delighted to announce the launch of the Johnstown Community Alert website. The aim of this website is to allow community members who witness anti-social behaviour or criminal activity to photograph or video the activity if safe to do so. Those who then browse the images and videos contained on the website can bring any useful information about the parties involved to An Garda Siochana. The people behind this website hope that sharing incidents like this can lead to increased lines of inquiry for An Garda Siochana and hopefully lead to the arrest of the perpetrators with the net result being a quieter and safer community for us all to live in.
The images and videos can come from a range of devices such as cameras, smartphones, tablets, CCTV, and dash cams.
Click here to access the Johnstown Community Alerts web tool.
Sunday 2nd of April saw the launch of the Johnstown Times, an online community magazine published by local resident Robin Marshall. The first edition includes contributions from a number of Johnstown residents and competition prizes have been kindly sponsored by local businesses.
Click here to read the first edition of the Johnstown Times.
The metges road which runs through Johnstown in County Meath is a hazard to all residents. Well in excess of 50% of motor vehicles that use this road do so at a speed that is well in excess of the 50km/h limit. This dangerous practice is putting lives at risk. There have already been a number of very serious accidents on this road in recent years. Do we have to wait until someone is killed before something is done? The solution is simple. The council need to approve and construct speed ramps which match the height and width of the existing raised pedestrian crossings such as those outside Supervalu / Johnstown Shopping Centre. If these are not installed then people will be killed just trying to get to the shop. Please support this petition to Meath County Council to provide these essential traffic calming measures: https://my.uplift.ie/petitions/provision-speed-controls-in-johnstown-co-meath
The Johnstown Tidy Towns AGM will be held on Monday 6th of March at 7:30pm in O’Brien’s Bar and Restaurant, Johnstown.
Further Details here: https://www.facebook.com/events/495123024209066/
Bailis Downs Estate will be having its Launch Event for Neighbourhood Watch and Text Alert this tonight (Monday 27th Feb) at 8:30pm in Taylors, Johnstown. The presentation will only be 30 minutes.
This is a good opportunity for representatives on residents committees or associations in Johnstown to make contact with Community Garda Paddy Skehan for a ‘very brief’ chat about setting up your own area scheme.
If every Johnstown area used this scheme we could be so much more effective at keeping each other in the loop about any incidents or concerns.
If you are interested in setting up a Neighbourhood Watch & Text Alert scheme in your area, a first step would be to contact your resident’s committee / association representative who can arrange.
Athlumney Wood Resident’s Association: www.athlumneywood.ie
Millbrook Apartments: contact Fisher Property on 01 640 2748 or firstname.lastname@example.org and they can notify the directors.
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