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Training Entrepreneur Newbies (TEN), a group of adult learners engaged on a QQI-6 entrepreneurship training course run by Athlone Training Centre, have organised a walk of the Greenway to raise awareness of suicide and the supports that are available.
Galway Greenway Group is a consortium of business owners, hoteliers, landowners, families, and individuals who want to see the completion of the Connemara Greenway from Galway City to Clifden. The project has been dogged by objections in the last few years and the discussion up to now has been increasingly negative for various reasons.
The Galway Greenway Group which is campaigning for a greenway route which is fair to landowners, walkers and cyclists, has asked the public to make their feeling known before tomorrow’s (Friday) deadline for the receipt of submissions.
Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, says he is very confident that public lighting will be provided along the urban stretch of the Greenway in Moate.
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Regional, Rural, Gaeltacht and Island Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív says the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport’s policy on greenway expansion must be reassessed so that a consistent approach can be adopted.
Irish Water has announced details of a €1.2 million upgrade to wastewater services in two areas of Mayo. A contract has been awarded to TES Ltd to upgrade the existing wastewater treatment plants in Belcarra and Lahardaun which serve a combined population of almost 1,000 people. The benefit of these works will see a vast improvement in the quality of the final effluent being discharged from both wastewater treatment plants which flow into two rivers forming part of the River Moy Special Area of Conservation (SAC).
Westmeath County Council commences its review of the existing County Development Plan and the preparation of the new County Development Plan 2014-2020 next Wednesday February 22. This process must be completed within two years, by February 2014.
Planning applications for housing developments in the county continue to decline, the planning SPC heard on Monday.