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Celebratory weekend to take place in September to mark 40 year twinning between Galway and Lorient

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The President Michael D Higgins will travel to Galway in September to launch a weekend of celebratory events to mark the 40th anniversary of Galway's twinning with Lorient. The French Ambassador to Ireland Jean-Pierre Thébault will also be in attendance on Friday September 18.

Play your part in commemorating 1916

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The 1916 Rising was the pivitol event in modern Irish history, unleashing a chain of events that would result in the formation of the State in 1921 - and Galway was one of the few places outside Dublin where significant action took place during the Rising.

New report outlines three options for Kiltimagh playground

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Elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District are to consider a new report at their monthly meeting on Monday from a senior executive officer of Mayo County Council on the Kiltimagh playground issue.

Council - wrong housing for people on housing list

Westmeath County Council and Athlone Town Council don’t have the right kind of accommodation to serve the vast majority of people on the housing list.

Eighty-five of Westmeath’s public lights currently unlit

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Eighty-five of the 9,200 public lights in Westmeath are reported to be currently unlit. The council’s senior executive officer Declan Leonard revealed the figures to councillors at Tuesday’s meeting of Mullingar Town Council.

Westmeath “will not be found wanting” on housing grants

The majority of applications for Housing Adaptation Grants in Westmeath will not be affected by the new Government regulations.

Parking permits sought for local workers

The mayor of Mullingar is calling for a parking permit to be made available to workers who call to local businesses on a regular basis.

Budget meeting cancelled after Government fails to allocate funding

Westmeath County Council’s annual budget meeting is unlikely to go ahead this Monday, after the Government failed to notify the council of its Local Government Grant for 2014. 

Claremorris area councillors welcome progress on estate takeovers

The news that Mayo County Council has the process started for the takeover of 43 estates and roads in the Claremorris electoral area was described as a “major step forward” by one councillor at the November meeting of the Claremorris Electoral Area.

Monumental sculptors to be held responsible if burial ground bye-laws are breached

When the burial ground bye-laws are finally passed by Mayo County Council, if there is a breach of the bye-laws in regard to the height and type of grave constructed, the monumental sculptor will be held responsible for it, it emerged this week.

 

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