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Dun na Si Amenity and Heritage Park, the perennially popular recreation location for families to visit in Moate, has been allocated €52,000 towards the upgrade of park fencing, electric supply and lighting as part of the latest outdoor recreation infrastructure funding announcements, it has been confirmed.
At a recent meeting of Westmeath County Council held within Athlone Council Chamber, elected representatives unanimously supported a motion from Cllr. Michael O’Brien noting the recent cervical check scandal, that the local authority call upon the Minister for Health and An Taoiseach to acknowledge, support and respond in detail to the demands of the Standing4Women campaign.
The Mayor of Athlone Municipal District, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has informed the Athlone Advertiser this week that Westmeath County Council has gone to tender to source a contractor to carry out work on the Private Kelly Memorial Town Park in Moate, with the desired hope that the relevant personnel will be chosen by the end of February, or early March.
Making vast strides with regards to the cleanliness of the town, Athlone has been recognised for its due efforts in this regard, achieving second place in the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) report, the rankings for which have been released.
Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed his sympathy and thoughts at the passing of former Town Clerk, John Walsh.
An Athlone lady received a pre Christmas boost when she was selected as one of two winners to have their household waste collection costs for a year.
Nine community projects dotted throughout the hinterland of Athlone and the South Roscommon region are the recipients of funds in the latest tranche of announcements from the county’s LEADER programme.
Independent Councillor, Paul Hogan, slammed Westmeath County Council’s differential rent review during the local authority’s monthly meeting in Athlone.