Fine Gael candidate, Ger Grehan (Taughmaconnell), has said that he will work hard for every parish in South Roscommon if he is elected to Roscommon County Council next May.
Ger Grehan is a farmer and a former agricultural contractor, who is married to Breeda. The couple have four children.
Speaking to the Roscommon People, Ger Grehan said: “The South Roscommon electoral area is huge, it runs from Shannonbridge to Donamon. I live in the middle of the electoral area in Taughmaconnell, near Dysart. If I’m elected, I will work hard for every community in the electoral area. Every parish deserves a fair chance.
“For many years I have sought better living standards and better prices for farmers – as an activist for farming organisations and as a regular contributor to farming programmes on Shannonside FM. If people decide to vote for me, I will be a very hard-working advocate for local communities and families”.
Ger Grehan and Cllr. John Naughten (Drum) are Fine Gael’s two candidates in the South Roscommon electoral area. The party is aiming to secure two seats. Ger Grehan was nominated as a candidate at the recent Fine Gael convention by former South Roscommon Councillor, Ollie Moore (Taughmaconnell) and by Luke Kelly (Castlesampson). Ollie Moore is Ger Grehan’s Director of Elections.