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scheme members in Galway are accusing the Government of “abandoning” them and of being “left to the mercy of Irish Water”.
Irish Water is set to demand the personal details, including bank account and PPS numbers, of households throughout County Galway in September.
Irish Water has been ordered to carry out a full investigation into water quality issues in Clifden by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Sinn Féin county councillor Gerry Murray has expressed serious concerns about a number of proposals by various companies to build wind farms in high amenity areas of Mayo. Cllr Murray said the size and the scale of some of these proposals would seriously threaten the natural amenity of Mayo and would have serious consequences for tourism in the county in general. One such proposal in North Mayo is for 450 wind turbines with 90 acres required for each turbine.
An appeal has been made to the county manager to press ahead with representations he has committed to making in relation to the lifting of the public service recruitment embargo.
Sinn Féin county councillor Gerry Murray has expressed concern about the future of Mayo County Council’s local area office in Swinford following proposals by Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael that would see the Swinford Office losing a large chunk of it’s hinterland to either Castlebar or Claremorris. Cllr Murray said the proposals made to the local boundary commission by both parties seriously compromise and undermine the future of local government in Swinford and may ultimately lead to the closure of the local area office.
AIB is to close four branches in Mayo, a move which has received widespread criticism. The branches are located in Charlestown, Belmullet, Kiltimagh, and Ballyhaunis and they will cease trading on October 26 next.
Galway Sinn Féin will hold a variety of events this weekend across Galway city and county to commemorate the 1916 Easter Rising.
Septic tank charges, the household tax and the ban on bog cutting are all part of a concerted attack on rural Ireland and it is “time to shout stop”.
The news that ICT Eurotel is to close its Belmullet base of operations has come as a huge blow to the area. The closure of the call centre will see 82 jobs lost and will be a detrimental blow to the community in the area. ICT Eurotel employed 39 full-time and 43 part-time staff in its Belmullet operation and is expected to have completely wound down its operations by October this year.