Dublin North East: Brian Greene

Brian Greene grew up in Bayside moving to Baldoyle 15 years ago. He has been active in Youth Groups, Community Radio & Local Drama in Howth Sutton Bayside & Baldoyle. Brian is married with 3 children & lives in Stapolin Lawns Baldoyle.

Brian Greene grew up in Bayside moving to Baldoyle 15 years ago. He has been active in Youth Groups, Community Radio & Local Drama in Howth Sutton Bayside & Baldoyle. Brian is married with 3 children & lives in Stapolin Lawns Baldoyle.

Brian has been active with the Socialist Party for 12 years. In 1995-98 he was involved in the Anti-Water Charges Campaign until their abolition. Brian has been to the forefront of planning issues in the community on developer led rezonings at the racecourse & Seagrange Park Baldoyle & Howth. He has also led & advised various campaigns against mobile phone masts sited too close to peoples homes and schools. Brian was treasurer of the Fingal Anti Bin Tax Campaign and a local organiser of the boycott & the greater bin tax battle. Campaign after campaign demonstrates that ultimate power lies with the people, where communities engage & unite & fight there is a much greater chance of victory.

Brian is aslo a strong opponent of unsafe nuclear energy/weapons/processing. Brian runs ShutSellafield.com a pressure blog for the closure of the most dangeroues nuclear facility in the world.

Brian has been election coordinator for the Socialist Party in Malahide & Portmarnock in the last two general elections. Brian is the Socialist Party local election candidate for the new Malahide-Howth ward of Fingal County.

Contacts:
email: brian@socialistparty.net
Tdxt/Call: 085 711 6466

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