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County Buildings Atrium exhibition space welcomes Westmeath artist

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Westmeath Arts Office will present the first solo exhibition of work by the talented young artist Emma Williams, opening this week. Originally from Dublin, Emma now resides in Westmeath and her exhibition, The Journey, will launch in the Atrium Space of the County Buildings in Mullingar tonight, Thursday February 5 at 6pm.

Council seeks submissions on Portlick

Westmeath County Council is seeking input from the public on how the lands in council ownership at Portlick, Glasson, Athlone should be managed, both in the short and the longer term. The council needs your help to get the best use out of this site for locals and visitors alike, developing it on a phased basis.

Council struggles to agree budget in nine-hour session

It took councillors a staggering nine hours to agree the 2015 budget for Westmeath County Council on Monday - which was eventually passed by a narrow majority of 10 to seven.

New exhibition opens at County Buildings

The Atrium Art Space in County Buildings, Mullingar becomes a hive of artistic activities as Art and Feeling an exhibition by the Springfield Irish Wheelchair Association Art Group is launched by cathaoirleach of Wesmeath County Council, Paddy Hill.

Westmeath to remember victims of road collisions

This Sunday November 16, the victims of road collisions will be remembered on World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.

Councillors voice concerns over cost of fire brigade call outs to households

Members of Westmeath County Council raised concerns over the cost of fire brigade call outs while passing a motion to continue the long-standing agreement that the former Athlone Town Council had with Roscommon County Council (as fire authorities).

John Count McCormack sculpture to be unveiled this month

 

Council to play greater role in public transport

Westmeath County Council is to act as the local transport authority for counties Westmeath and Longford, under new plans unveiled by the National Transport Authority.

Athlone rate-payers to gain as council harmonises rates

Business owners in Athlone could be looking at a decrease of 8.4 per cent in their commercial rates in the coming years as Westmeath County Council endeavour to introduce a single rate across the county.

Three per cent cut to property tax will cost council €200,000

Westmeath county councillors have resolved to reduce the Local Property Tax (LPT) by 3 per cent in 2015.

 

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