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Arthur accuses Fianna Fáil of ‘nitpicking’ over budget

Cllr Colm Arthur has accused Fianna Fáil councillors of ‘nitpicking’ following Westmeath County Council’s budget meeting on Monday.

Have your say on county arts plan

From January 2010, Westmeath County Council is embarking on a series of public consultation meetings for the new Westmeath Arts Plan 2010-2016, which is currently in draft stage.

Mullingar sculpture to mimic Brosna river

A new public art feature has been commissioned by Westmeath local authorities for the entrance to Mullingar Town Park. The winning piece, entitled ‘Stream Spire’, will be produced by Mayo-based artist Cathal McCarthy. The series of stainless steel spheres will stand at 3.2 meters and are designed to float in the air like a weightless ribbon of water droplets, mirroring the nearby River Brosna.

Gritting continues but salt stocks running out

Having replenished its salt stocks through deliveries on Monday and Wednesday this week, Westmeath County Council says it is continuing to apply grit to some 462 kilometres of major roads in the county as the prolonged spell of freezing weather continues.

Dry nights as Mullingar hit with water outages

Westmeath County Council is appealing to the public to preserve water as best they can, as they continue to ration water in Mullingar and surrounding areas.

Arthur seeks explanation to water shortages in Kilbeggan

Local councillor Colm Arthur has expressed his concern over water shortages and burst pipes in Kilbeggan due to freezing temperatures over the last couple of weeks.

Mayo artist to design sculpture for Mullingar

Ballintubber artist Cathal McCarthy has been picked to design the newest piece of public art for Mullingar, Co Westmeath.

Mullingar councillors angry with public lighting supplier

A number of councillors voiced disappointment with electricity supplier Aerticity in the chamber this week (January 18) after it was revealed the company was refusing to meet elected representatives to discuss issues of street lighting.

 

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