1 September 2013 Edition
New constituency office opened in Dundalk
THE new Sinn Féin party office at 1 Crowe Street, in the centre of Dundalk, is now open for business.
Sinn Féin has been looking for a new site for Teachta Adams’s Dundalk office for some time and eventually acquired the building several months ago. Since then, a hard-working team of party activists have been sorting out plumbing and heating, telephone and internet connections, erecting partitions for new rooms, putting in new floors and decorating.
The Sinn Féin office in Williamson Place provided an excellent constituency service over many years for Arthur Morgan and the party’s growing team of Dundalk and county councillors but the decision was taken to find a more central location for a new office.
The new office at Crowe Street provides significantly more space for party work and is an excellent location for Teachta Adams’s constituency office and advice service.
From 9:30am to 3:30pm Monday to Friday, Olive Sharkey and the Sinn Féin team will be available to deal with constituents’ concerns.
Speaking at the opening of the office, Teachta Adams said:
“I want to commend all of those who have helped prepare this new office. At a time of great austerity and with households facing increasing difficulties, the Sinn Féin team of Louth councillors, our Dáil team, advice workers and party activists are focused on providing first-class representation and an excellent constituency service.”