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Unified spirit as local community protests against proposed development

 

Concerns mooted as local authority tenants face increased rent payments

 

Passing of former Athlone Town Clerk a noted sad day for the community

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Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed his sympathy and thoughts at the passing of former Town Clerk, John Walsh.

United front as Athlone gets team clean sweep from litter

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With the aim of keeping Athlone clean, Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr. John Dolan, welcomed members of Irish Water to Athlone to take part in a litter pick. The Irish Water representatives were members of the technical advisors service team who took a break from their national meeting to help a local community group.

Town Mayor welcomes urban regeneration in heart of Athlone

Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has expressed a warm welcome to the major urban regeneration and development funding announcement to progress and enhance three key sites within Athlone.

Evolution of Athlone landscape as Church Street works conclude

 

Festive season in flow as Athlone Christmas lights are illuminated

The 2018 Athlone Christmas lights were turned on in spectacular style on Sunday evening in John Count McCormack Square.

Funding sought for national schools debating competition

Addressing the monthly meeting of the Municipal District, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke called on his elected representative colleagues and administration to allocate relevant funding in support of a national schools debating competion to take place next year.

Town Mayor praises Defence Forces response capabilities

Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has thanked the Custume Barracks based Defence Forces for conducting a capability display which highlighted to local elected representatives how they could best assist local communities in major weather events or emergencies.

Aspirations as Athlone aims for ultimate litter free status

A litter free Athlone within three to five years, ensuring the town is the best possible urban area in which to live, work and recreate is the ultimate goal of a unified steering group, comprising the Municipal District, Athlone Business Champions initiative and the Tidy Towns committee.

 

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