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Civic square canopy facility to attract a myriad of uses

The topic of usage of the Civic Square canopy was the result of much discussion at the Municipal District monthly gathering.

Council working to identify new location for AIT bus stop

Members of Athlone Municipal District have been informed that work is presently ongoing to identify a more suitable location for the bus stop located outside Athlone Institute of Technology on the Garrycastle road.

Substantial flood defence works to alleviate residential concerns

Construction progress with regard to the Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme is to continue apace following approval of the planning process for works at Deerpark, on the town’s west side.

Railway Field acquisition key to town infrastructure development

Key to the development of the Orange Loop traffic system in the town, work on the Railway Field which has been acquired by Westmeath County Council from CIE, will commence towards the latter end of 2019.

Parking a cause for concern for St. Francis Terrace residents

The fractious subject of parking in St. Francis Terrace was raised by Cllr. John Dolan at the monthly meeting of Athlone Municipal District.

Council foots €90k bill for illegal dumping

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A shocking €90,626 was spent during 2017 on cleaning up illegal dumping in the Athlone Municipal District.

Councillors welcome progress on expansion of the greenway

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Local councillors have welcomed news that Minister for Tourism, Shane Ross, has appointed Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to progress the greenway from Athlone to Galway.

Weeds give new meaning to ‘growth centre’ status

Mayor Aengus O'Rourke (FF) says the amount of weeds and moss in certain areas of Athlone is giving a whole new meaning to the region's 'growth centre' title.

Council invests 20k in River and Food Festival

A sum of €20,000 has been allocated by Athlone Municipal District for this year's River and Food Festival.

Cost of kitting out tourist office estimated at €300k

Fáilte Ireland has claimed that it would cost a whopping €300,000 to kit-out a new premises that has been offered free of charge as a possible new location for the tourist office, currently situated in Athlone Castle.

 

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