Eithne Shortall: Dublin City Council’s top job demands unconditional love for the capital
Whoever fills the post must truly love Dublin and have its residents’, workers’ and tourists’ needs to the fore if the city is to retain its appeal as a great place to live, work and visit
The way other people follow the appointment of the new Spurs manager or host of The Late Late Show is how I will be glued to the selection of the next chief executive of Dublin City Council. The top job will be vacant in September and the official appointment process begins then.
James Joyce isn’t the only one with Dublin written in his heart. I love this city. Thankfully, the love I have for it ...