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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.
There has been an upsurge in the number of able bodied motorists parking in disabled parking bays in the city.
Projects and events that had been earmarked for funding by the elected members of the Ballina Municipal District from the general municipal allocation (GMA) will have access to draw down those funds next week after an increase in parking charges in Ballina was adopted by the district earlier this week.
The number of Garda fines for motorists who park illegally in disabled parking spaces has doubled in Galway in the past five years, according to a local disability campaigner.
The row over the potential imposition of on-street parking charges in Westport moved up another notch again this week.
Businesses owners and employees working in Moate could soon be able to apply for a parking permit.
Businesses owners and employees working in Moate will now be able to apply for a parking permit.
Drivers who park illegally in disabled parking spaces should face “substantially increased fixed charged fines”, according to Social Democrats Roscommon-Galway candidate Ken Campbell, who is calling for the current fine of €80 to be increased.
There was no problem parking on Mainguard Street when this turn of the century photograph was taken. The building to the right was O’Connor’s confectioners and tearooms. They obviously sold newspapers there as well and there was a rate collector’s office in part of the premises. The building was later taken over as a news agency by Mick Holland until it and several others along the street were destroyed in a disastrous fire in May 1967.
Pay and Display parking, both on-street and in car parks, now also applies on Sundays, it was announced this week.