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The Galway City Council will apply for funding from Fáilte Ireland of up to €6 million for a new three storey museum building incorporating the refurbishment and restoration of Comerford House.
The Galway City Council will call on the Government to ratify The Convention against Trafficking in Human Organs.
A city councillor says debating about whether Galway would benefit from the installation of a light rail system is a “waste of time”.
Galway city councillors have voted unanimously to put a cap on housing units per hectare at a new urban village.
Cllr Colette Connolly says the decision to vary the City Development Plan and rezone recreational and amenity-zoned lands to facilitate the replacement of the Kirwan Roundabout to a signalized junction will not in any way solve the traffic problems in the city. Without any reference to priority being given to public transport the project simply permits a 15 per cent increase in the throughput of traffic, whereas the objective of the Galway Transport Strategy is to get more people using public transport and not facilitate private vehicular traffic.
Cllr Colette Connolly, member of the Environment SPC, says that Galway City Council is not being proactive enough in taking action to address the issue of derelict sites in the city.
Meet Liam McCarthy at Galway Memorial Walk
A larger crowd than expected turned out last Friday evening in the Galway Rowing Club, Woodquay, to plan the future of Galway’s Waterways.
‘Circle Acts’, street acts that draw large crowds that restrict movement and cause pedestrian bottlenecks will be prohibited from performing before 6pm under proposed new busking bye-laws, but there are concerns the laws will not adequately protect children.
'Circle Acts' - street acts which draw large crowds but end up restricting movement and causing pedestrian bottlenecks - will be prohibited from performing before 6pm under proposed new busking bye-laws, but there are concerns the laws will not adequately protect children.