Wicklow Sinn Féin as part of their Defend Rural Wicklow Campaign has
organised a public meeting which will be held in Germaine's Hotel,
Baltinglass on Wednesday 14th November at 8pm.
Speaking ahead of the meeting Sinn Féin Councillor John Brady said
"Rural Wicklow has been hit hard with by the austerity policies of
Fine Gael and the Labour Party. Rural schools and police stations are
closing. New septic tank charges are being imposed and unemployment
and emigration is decimating the very fabric of rural life. As part of
our Defend Rural Wicklow Campaign we have organised a public meeting
which will be held on Wednesday 14th November at 8pm in Germaine's
Cllr Brady continued "Under the austerity policies the courthouse in
Baltinglass is under scrutiny and is at risk of been redeployed
elsewhere. Sinn Fein is the only party standing up and fighting back
for rural Ireland and rural Wicklow".
"I urge people and community groups to come along on Wednesday to
listen to the solutions and what can be done to reverse the direction
this Government is taking us" concluded Cllr Brady.