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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny opened the Admiral Brown Promenade in Foxford on Saturday.
A further €350,000 has been announced for work on Ballina’s greenway - the Monasteries of the Moy.
Irish Water has advised the Belmullet wastewater and sewage treatment scheme is set to proceed to tender in the coming months with construction on the project expected to begin in the first quarter of 2016.
With the next Connacht Property Auction fast approaching on Tuesday, November 11, the auction team are expecting a busy period with viewings and interest in the properties on offer. The Connacht Property Auction work in partnership with more than 40 auctioneers in Connacht offering properties for sale in Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, Sligo and even creep into Clare. Patrick Folan from The Connacht Property Auction noted: “Our last auction in September was hugely successful with 20 of the 23 lots sold. Furthermore, two of the three properties which were not sold at the auction, have since been sale agreed via our online auctions. Our online auctions are running continuously and are a great option for homeowners looking to sell their properties before Christmas.” Mr Folan went on to say: “We are currently taking entries for our auctions and invite homeowners to speak to us now if they want to be sold before the end of the year. We sell over 60 per cent of our properties through our online auction and properties can also go forward to our public auctions which we run regularly throughout the year.”
The people of Ballina will get their chance to engage with the Office of Public Works when they host a public consultation day next month in Ballina in relation to a draft flood risk map for the town. The consultation day will take place on Tuesday November 11 at the civic offices in Ballina, where members of the public can meet with officials from the OPW and experts from the specialist consultant, JBA Consulting, who will also be in attendance.
More than 160 supercars, worth as estimated €25 million, are roaring into the Quay Village, Ballina, tomorrow at 12.30pm for the first Canonball stopover in the town.
Residents of a Moyside neighbourhood in Ballina are weighed down with worry as they start what has become for them a dreaded countdown to Christmas.
Ballina is preparing to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its now world renowned Salmon Festival, which launches on Monday (July 6) and continues until Sunday, July 13.
There was good news for the north Mayo area with the announcement yesterday of an allocation of €250,000 seed money to begin construction on a 14 km greenway from Ballina to Killala along the River Moy. The greenway will incorporate an off road cycle track and walk and will incorporate a number of monasteries along the river. It is envisioned that this 14km stretch will be the first phase of a multi-phase greenway in the larger north Mayo area.