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LIMERICK DISTRICT COUNCIL PROTESTS ALLEGED APPOINTMENT

In a recent session, Limerick District Council expressed unanimous dissent regarding the purported appointment of Mr P.K. Hogan J.P., to a significant position within the nation. Led by Mr P. O’Halloran and seconded by Mr James Ryan, the council aired grave concerns over the potential ramifications of this appointment, deeming it detrimental to the interests of the country.

The council’s protest underscores the importance of scrutinizing appointments that could impact the welfare and progress of the region. Members highlighted the need for transparency and accountability in such decisions, emphasising the responsibility of all stakeholders to uphold the public good.

This development has sparked discussions within the community, with many residents echoing the council’s sentiments and urging further investigation into the matter. As the situation unfolds, stakeholders await official responses and actions from relevant authorities to address the concerns raised by Limerick District Council.

Freeman’s Journal – Monday 07 June 1915