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GREEN COUNCILLOR MALCOLM NOONAN IS CORRUPT. Featured

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Plagiarism on Kilkenny County Council.

MALCOLM NOONAN CAUGHT WITH HIS HANDS IN FELLOW COUNCILLOR'S BRIEFCASE.

Malcolm Noonan accused of hijacking fellow councillor's work!

THIS IS THE PROJECT OF COUNCILLOR SEAN TYRRELL - AND NOT MALCOLM NOONAN'S PROJECT AS HE TRIED TO HIJACK IT FROM CLLR. TYRRELL.

Councillor Tyrrell has now protested over this theft of his project openly to the media. 
And Councillor Breda Gardner has stated that she is witness that it is Councillor Tyrrell's project and nobody else's. Breda is a very honest person.

Cllr. Tyrrell is very much aggrieved that all his hard work is being purloined so. We are in no way surprised as we have always referred to Malcolm as an "Operator". he is the Jack the Lad of Kilkenny County Council.

Malcolm obviously can't keep up with the dynamism of his young rival, Councillor Tyrrell - Sean is easily the hardest working on the Council. He is a young man inspired.

We all await a public reply from Councillor Noonan who falsely claimed the project as his in the Kilkenny People yesterday. 
In all fairness Cllr. Tyrrell works damned hard at his projects and Malcolm Noonan should respect this, as Sean Tyrrell respects Cllr. Noonan's own projects and does not go near them .

We await a reply from Cllr. Malcolm Noonan on these charges of plagiarism, now that he has been caught red-handed with his hands in Cllr. Tyrrell's briefcase.

OFFICIAL SEAN TYRRELL STATEMENT:

Councillor Sean Tyrrell issued the following statement on the matter to the media this evening:

" Ever frustrated by strikers taking credit for teammates goals, singers taking credit for songwriter's songs,well I know how you feel - just had a Cllr take credit for my hard work and ideas....the following motion I had submitted at July's County Council meeting, only for a Cllr to hi-jack my work...

"That Kilkenny County Council carry out an investigation in the County to ensure that any residential apartment blocks or commercial units with residential use above or adjacent to them are not using the same or similarly dangerous cladding as was used in the London, Grenfell Tower Block.

"It also needs to be assured that the same or similarly dangerous cladding will not be used for future builds either in residential or commercial units going forward ".

"The article in yesterday's "Kilkenny People" was actually my hard work regarding cladding used in apartment developments in the county of Kilkenny.

"I agreed to re-submit my motion in October's meeting because the local authorities didn't have the answers and were waiting to hear back from management companies and landlords of apartment blocks or high rise buildings...
"I can only assume information was leaked and made public to water down the seriousness of this issue...Kilkenny People were present at July's public meeting, they didn't feel the issue was worth reporting back in July,

"Question arises why they didn't contact me on this issue and they are fully aware my above motion will be submitted again in Oct, why not wait until the answers come back from management companies and landlords?" ENDS. Signed, Sean Tyrrell, Councillor, Kilkenny County Council. FOR RELEASE.

THE KILKENNY JOURNAL OBSERVES:

The Kilkenny People newspaper does always favour Cllr. Noonan, taking every opportunity to promote the local green party councillor , that is going on for years 
- and the newest journalist there at the KP is obviously keeping up that questionable tradition.

Following on from the Grenfell Tower tragedy in London the Department of Housing sent two circulars to local authorities on fire safety measures in multi-storey and multi unit residential developments
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