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Moate business parking permit availability a welcome development

Local Independent Councillor, Michael O’Brien, has welcomed an amendment to the council parking bye laws that will see parking permits being made available for businesses that do not have alternative access to parking in the three hour parking zone in Moate.

Next phase of Moate Community School project just announced

A multi-million euro building project for Moate Community School is moving to the next stage, following confirmation from the Department of Education this week that approval has been granted under the Department’s six year Capital Programme.

Improvement works and funding welcomed for local infrastructure

Local Independent Councillor, Michael O'Brien, has welcomed local improvement works and funding allocated towards infrastructure initiatives.

Calls for 10,000 seat indoor concert arena for Athlone

Local Independent Councillor, Michael O’Brien, has called on Athlone Municipal District to apply for 2040 urban regeneration funding for the development of a 10,000 seat indoor concert arena in Athlone.

Designated swimming area for River Shannon

Local Independent Councillor, Michael O’Brien, has called for a designated bathing area on the river Shannon. Cllr O’Brien brought forward his proposal in a motion tabled at the recent Athlone Municipal District meeting.

Parking permits for business owners and employees in Moate

Businesses owners and employees working in Moate could soon be able to apply for a parking permit.

Hospital parking charges an unfair expense for patients, says O’Brien

Local Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien has called for new national guidelines to be introduced prohibiting parking charges at hospitals for cancer patients and those undergoing ongoing treatment.

Parking permits for business owners and employees in Moate

Businesses owners and employees working in Moate will now be able to apply for a parking permit.

Councillor calls for action to tackle horses roaming in Ballybane

The lives of people living in a Galway City Council estate on the east side of the city are being turned to misery as a result of problems caused by horses freely roaming the area, posing a danger to children who cannot be let out to play according to a Galway city councillor.

O’Brien wants free legal aid scrapped for repeat offenders

 

 

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