The Dublin City Agreement 2019-2024 is a progressive five-year agreement between Fianna Fáil, Green, Labour and the Social Democrat City Councillors to champion ambitious objectives for Dublin City.
On behalf of Fianna Fáil, the largest group on Dublin City Council, Mary successfully led and concluded the policy negotiations with the Green, Labour and Social Democrat City Councillors.
Mary has been selected to lead for Fianna Fáil on the implementation of the Dublin City Agreement 2019-2024. Mary will work closely with other group leaders, city council officials and other stakeholders to achieve and deliver for the citizens on Dublin.
The Dublin Agreement 2019-2024 has the potential to transform our city. Mary believes this strong political grouping can achieve a great deal during the next five-year council term.
With the largest representation on Dublin City Council the Fianna Fail group are focused on the issues affecting ordinary, hard-working Dubliner’s day-to-day lives. That commitment is reflected throughout the Dublin City Agreement 2019-2024 and particularly surrounding its proposals for Climate Action, Housing, Waste Management, Local Property Tax, Traffic and Policing.
Our aim is to progress a vision for a more sustainable capital, to blossom into the major European city that Dublin has every potential to be.
Over the next five years with other City Councillors and officials Mary will champion action on climate change, housing, transport infrastructure, stronger city communities, culture, governance, re-establishing municipal led waste management and simplifying the planning process to make Dublin City more vibrant, sustainable and inclusive.
You can read the Dublin City Agreement 2019-2024 HERE.