It’s official, IDA not interested in job creation in Gorey

Category: Jobs
Published on Saturday, 18 April 2009 11:40

What has been patently obvious for years now, that the IDA is not remotely interested in trying to attract new industries to Gorey, was reinforced recently with the news that the Government agency has not brought a single potential investor to Gorey in the past four years. So says North Wexford T.D. Michael D'Arcy who was told that the IDA had not hosted A SINGLE site visit by potential investors in that time.  He asked the question in the Dail recently of Minister Micheal Martin.  He says he's angry, but not surprised, at the reply he recei …

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No political will to get commuters moving as ‘park and ride’ parked on the long finger

Category: National Issues
Published on Thursday, 16 April 2009 11:36

Getting commuters out of their cars and into and out of the centre of Dublin faster is achievable but the political will to break the traffic deadlock  isn't there.  That's the conclusion reached by Fine Gael Deputy Michael D'Arcy who says he's surprised by the Minister for Transport's laissez faire attitude to a problem that affects so many every day. Raising the matter of extra park and ride facilities for commuters coming into the city in the Dail recently, Deputy D'Arcy said that commuters, fed up of sitting in their cars making little …

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New Civic Centre site would be ideal for Post Office to relocate to says D’Arcy

Category: Arts, Sports & Community
Published on Friday, 20 March 2009 11:28

An Post should seriously consider relocating Gorey Post Office to the site of the new municipal buildings planned for the town, FG Deputy Michael D'Arcy says. It's been acknowledged for some time that the existing post office is cramped and short of space for customers and staff alike. “I'm aware that An Post is considering suitable sites for relocation and I believe it should seriously look at moving to the new civic offices site.  This location has a number of advantages; there is adequate space for a substantially larger premises to …

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Generations of Public Service

michael darcy Did you know Michael Darcy Senior (Michael's Father) has served as a public representative for North Wexford and Fine Gael since the 70's, playing a huge part in various projects and amenities.

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