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Orange Loop system close to its full implementation

As Church Street enhancement project works progress on schedule, it is envisaged that the first vehicles will complete the Orange Loop traffic flow system in its entirety within the next month.

Substantial flood defence works to alleviate residential concerns

Construction progress with regard to the Athlone Flood Alleviation Scheme is to continue apace following approval of the planning process for works at Deerpark, on the town’s west side.

Railway Field acquisition key to town infrastructure development

Key to the development of the Orange Loop traffic system in the town, work on the Railway Field which has been acquired by Westmeath County Council from CIE, will commence towards the latter end of 2019.

Municipal District address town maintenance issue

The need to present and maintain the town of Athlone to a high standard for the remainder of the year and going forward was a topic of much discussion at the Municipal District meeting.

Local Sinn Fein councillor resigns from political party

Cllr. Paul Hogan has resigned from Sinn Fein with immediate effect. In a prepared statement, the councillor acknowledged that he "pursued every avenue internally" before opting to quit the political party he initially joined in 1998.

Parking a cause for concern for St. Francis Terrace residents

The fractious subject of parking in St. Francis Terrace was raised by Cllr. John Dolan at the monthly meeting of Athlone Municipal District.

McManus Seeks Coosan Point Road Safety Review

Speaking at the Athlone Municipal District meeting, Cllr. Ailish McManus, highlighted the urgent need for a safety review to be carried out on the Coosan Point road.

Councillors welcome progress on expansion of the greenway

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Local councillors have welcomed news that Minister for Tourism, Shane Ross, has appointed Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to progress the greenway from Athlone to Galway.

Weeds give new meaning to ‘growth centre’ status

Mayor Aengus O'Rourke (FF) says the amount of weeds and moss in certain areas of Athlone is giving a whole new meaning to the region's 'growth centre' title.

Plans for 600 homes in Lissywollen progressing

 

 

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