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Cllr Dermot Lacey

Representing Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council
Dermot Lacey is a Labour Party Councillor for the Pembroke-South Dock Ward on Dublin City Council. Dermot has been a member of Dublin City Council since 1993, and lives in Beech Hill, Donnybrook.
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Lacey elected Cathaoirleach of Eastern and Midlands Regional Assembly

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At the Annual General Meeting of the Eastern and Midlands Regional Assembly on Friday 8th July former Lord Mayor of Dublin, Labour Councillor Dermot Lacey was elected as the first ever Labour Party Cathaoirleach of the Regional Assembly.

The Assembly established under the Local Government Act comprises representatives from the four Dublin Local Authorities, Wicklow, Louth, Westmeath, Meath, Offaly Kildare, Laois and Longford covering a population of 2.21 million.

Councillor Lacey was unanimously elected by Councillors from all the main Political Parties and Independents.

Speaking after his election, Councillor Lacey said he hopes to bring the work of the Assembly to a wider audience, implement the agreed Plan towards better regional co-ordination and lobby for real reform of the antiquated Local Government system. He added that he was particularly pleased that he had received the support of the full Assembly.

Labour Councillor Lettie McCarthy of Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council was elected Leas Cathaoirleach.

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