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Traffic calming upgrades to Baylough Road

Traffic calming measures are set to be in place on the Baylough Road by the end of 2009, councillors at last week’s Athlone area meeting were informed.

Horse owners urged to seek help rather than abandon

An increase in the number of horses being abandoned is an unfortunate consequence of the demise of the Celtic Tiger, according to County Veterinary Officer Sean O’Laoide, who addressed county councillors at Monday’s meeting.

Cooney and Dolan join Fine Gael election team

Fine Gael general secretary, Tom Curran, has announced that Cllr Mark Cooney and Cllr John Dolan are to join the party’s local election team for Westmeath County Council in the Athlone Local Electoral Area.

Dolan critical of cut in maintenance budget

According to Westmeath County Council councillor John Dolan, some 70 per cent of all fatal accidents occur on local roads. Yet Noel Dempsey has abandoned plans, announced just two months ago, to upgrade roads around the country in a move which will inevitably cost jobs and could cost lives as a result of further blackspot accidents, Cllr Dolan warns.

Council to fight reduction in fallen animal subsidies

There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for farmers struggling to meet the increasing costs of disposing of fallen animals, as Westmeath County Council is to take the issue to national level.

Clonmacnoise ascends to world stage

One of the finest examples of “Saints and Scholars” Ireland – the Clonmacnoise ruins just outside Ballinahown – could soon be viewed in the same light as Stonehenge, Macchu Pichu or the Pyramids of Giza, it was revealed in a presentation to Westmeath County Council this week (May 25).

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

Newbies urged to emulate outgoing councillors

Cllr Joe Whelan used the occasion of his last address as cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council to pay tribute to the former councillors who lost their seats in the local elections earlier this month.

 

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