County councillors are at the lowest rung of the political ladder – getting lots of the electorate’s problems to solve for the least amount of financial reward, and that is among the reasons why Fine Gael’s Henry Kenny will not contest next year’s local elections.

The Castlebar councillor says that there is no “Kenny” likely to contest the seat he is vacating after 24 years, despite a “Kenny” having served as a Castlebar councillor since 1955.

Last week, councillor  Kenny announced his decision to bow out of politics at the end of his present term on the local authority and he has been speaking to Midwest News about his decision.

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