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Galway gardai attending scenes of accidents involving stray horses are currently being left to deal with the potentially dangerous animals without the services of specialised contractors, a meeting of the County Galway Joint Policing Committee was told this week.
At Monday’s annual budget meeting of Mayo County Council, county manager, Peter Hynes responded to an allegation from Independent councillor Frank Durcan in relation to a potential irregularity in payments on contract awarded by Mayo County Council. Speaking at the end of the meeting, Mr Hynes told the meeting that, following an internal check a number of years ago a possible contract payment irregularity was uncovered and reported to the councils auditors and to Gardai immediately. He went on to say that “There were comments made to a specific incident and I’m not referring to that specific incident, and I’m specifically not identifying that incident.”
Westmeath County Council’s cul-de-sac policy is effectively heading down a cul-de-sac of its own because councillors believe it is not fit for purpose.
Plans for the €3.4 million Ballinfoile Community Centre have taken a major step forward this week as the Galway City Council has confirmed that a preferred bidder has been selected for the construction of this much needed facility.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has welcomed the announcement that the public tender process for the provision of a two-bed Hospice suite, and the upgrading of the female ward facilities, at Ballina District Hospital has completed with the final legal details being worked out for the appointment of a contractor imminent
Fine Gael Mayo TD for Mayo, Michelle Mulherin, has welcomed the announcement by Minister for Finance Michael Noonan that home renovation tax incentive scheme is being introduced to help families renovate their homes.
Cllr John Dolan has welcomed the news that the Clonbonny group water scheme upgrade works will start in the next two weeks.
Fed up with their pleas falling on deaf ears, the residents of Oranhill gathered for a protest on Monday at the site of what has been dubbed ‘The Hole’ to highlight the uselessness of spending €70,000 to simply fence of the dangerous crater instead of filling it in and restoring the footpath to make the area safer.
Shell E&P Ireland Limited (SEPIL) welcomes An Garda Síochána’s examination of OSSL’s allegations that €35,000 worth of alcohol was delivered to Belmullet Garda Station in December 2007.