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Residents in Barna have set up an action group due to their concerns over the proposed new Galway city bypass. The group will hold a public meeting in Barna Golf Club next Wednesday evening at 8pm.
The draft Local Area Plan for Ballinasloe is now on public display and is open to submissions from the public.
It is that time of year again to celebrate the great work of volunteers across the spectrum of community life in the city.
Galway Technology Centre has announced the completion of the first phase of a €360K investment in its 50,000sq. ft. facility in the IDA Business Park in Mervue, Galway.
Mayor of Galway City, Councillor Dónal Lyons, will tomorrow (Friday) perform the official opening of the building extension of St. John the Apostle, Knocknacarra National School.
City and Guilds is offering an innovative Sales and Marketing for SME’s programme in Galway which offers a fresh start to people who have been unemployed for 12 months or more under the Government-funded Momentum Programme which is being administered by Solas.
Current proposals for the N6 Galway City Transport Project have proven divisive but two groups of people will be firmly united in support of the plans - lawyers and consultants.
Over the past few weeks, the impact of the proposed routes on the Galway City Transport Project has been articulated in great detail at a series of forums across the city and county. We have heard about houses and farms being destroyed, about businesses being decimated, about schools being overlooked. We have seen politicians try to justify both the development and the withdrawal of its plans. However, the opposition grew in stature last night when one of the city’s biggest employers, and one of the reasons for the city’s vitality and attraction, spoke out strongly about how it feels the roads will impact on their plans.
Opposition to the road route proposals in the Galway City Transport Project was upped several gears last night with the news that NUI Galway will be objecting in the strongest possible terms to any developments which threaten its future.
THERE WILL be a strong theatrical feel to this year’s Galway City St Patrick’s Day Parade, with theatre performers, costumes designers, and community groups involved in the preparations.