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Crowe confirms water upgrades for Galway city east

The Galway City Council, in partnership with Irish water, will upgrade the water infrastructure in Briarhill and Rosshill, Fianna Fáil city councillor Michael Crowe confirmed this week.

Corrib Park infill developments threaten facilities, warns Crowe

Plans to create greater density in housing estates like Corrib Park, Carn Ard, Ballinfoyle Park, and Castle Park, will “jeopardise” community and recreational facilities in those areas and fail to solve traffic and safety problems.

Galway politicians condemn bank plans to sell large loan portfolios to vulture funds

Homeowners and SMEs throughout the State are “living in fear” that their loans will be sold to vulture funds, which has raised fears of “mortgage holders being thrown to the wolves if such a sale was allowed to proceed”.

Ring Road planning application will not be ready until mid-2018

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The planning application for the Galway City Outer Ring Road will not be ready to be sent to An Bord Pleanala until the middle of 2018, a situation a local councillor has described as “utterly unacceptable”.

Ballindooley Crossroads set for major redesign

The Ballindooley Crossroads is to be redesigned in the coming months following Transport Infrastructure Ireland confirming it will commit €400,000 towards the project.

Municipal stadium must be added to docklands redevelopment plan

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A municipal stadium for use by Connacht Rugby, Galway United, and other sporting associations in the city, must be included as part of redevelopment plans for the docklands area.

Masterplans for the facilities in Kingston and South Park to be delivered by September

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Masterplans for the proposed recreational and amenity development at Kingston and South Park will be delivered by September, and there will be public consultation on the plans, with all relevant stakeholders.

Crowe calls for mandatory sentencing for burglars

Mandatory sentencing of three years must be introduced for any person convicted of burglary or attempted burglary, a city councillor has demanded, following a spate of burglaries in Bohermore and Westside in recent weeks.

 

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