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Galway road users are being warned to expect major delays as roadworks are to begin on roads across city and county.
The felling of mature trees in Salthill Park is "an outrageous act of vandalism”, which has led to a Garda investigation, and a demand from councillors for answers from City Hall.
AS WE move into Galway's version of the ‘Silly Season’, where the commentariat find it difficult to talk about anything other than the Races or the arts festival, it was an opportunity that simply could not be missed for a couple of our more industrious city councillors.
Galway city councillors have this week voted to include the Galway hooker fountain in Eyre Square in the city's Record of Protected Structures, amid calls to erect a plaque explaining the significance of the structure.
Councillor Pearce Flannery is hoping to work out new guidelines that will forbid the removal of creative murals on the city's buildings.
Salthill must be designated "the half way point in the Wild Atlantic Way" and be developed as a major Wild Atlantic Way base for tourists, with the defunct tourist office "utilised" as an interpretive centre.
The future of South Park, and how it can be redeveloped into a major new public park and amenity for Galway city, will be discussed at a meeting next week, which the public is asked to attend.
Galway City Tidy Towns will be starting its tri-weekly clean ups on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Saturdays, starting this Saturday, meeting at The Blue Note, opposite the Galway Volunteer Centre.
Demands are being made for a new boom to trap and contain litter and grease gathering in the Claddagh Basin, which has the potential to harm human health and boat engines.
“Like children in a playground” is how Mayor of Galway Frank Fahy summed up the arguments between councillors over the filling of casual vacancies on a number of committees this week.