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Civil servants were accused of being ‘highly paid, underworked, living in an ivory tower, hatching crazy plans and taking no regard of what people want’ at Monday’s meeting of Galway County Council.
A deputation from Galway is to travel to Europe to discuss proposals for a new city bypass and the option of returning to the original route which failed at planning stage. It was decided at a special meeting of the Galway County Council on Monday evening that city and county councillors, local TDs, and community representatives will meet MEPs and members of the European Commission to discuss various options.
A report on the proposed new windfarm which covers a massive 4,000 acres in Connemara was circulated to councillors at the meeting of the Galway County Council this week and revealed that a substantial community fund, potentially worth millions of euro will be generated by the development.
Getting investment and jobs into the Connemara electoral area is just some of the priorities for newly elected Fianna Fáil county councillor Noel Thomas.
All of the declarations have been finalised for tomorrow’s ‘Galway County Council Local Summer Festival’ which will see 74 runners and riders go to post for what promises to be a day of high excitement for owners and trainers alike.
Fine Gael looks set to continue its current dominance of Galway County Council, but Fianna Fáil and Independents are set to have a solid election and may even narrow the gap with the governing party.
The local property tax has been branded a fiasco by Conamara electoral area candidate, Noel Thomas. He says the promised expenditure on local services from money raised by the tax has still not manifested itself.
Filling potholes is not a solution to dire road conditions in Moycullen/Roscahill, where the road surfaces themselves remain unchanged since the 1970s.
Connemara is missing out on “attracting thousands” of cycling enthusiasts as a 16km mountain bike trail in Derroura Forest remains undeveloped to its full potential.
Fianna Fáil look set to challenge for three seats in Connemara in May’s Local Elections, but there will be no return to the party’s former dominance of the area.