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Council invests 20k in River and Food Festival

A sum of €20,000 has been allocated by Athlone Municipal District for this year's River and Food Festival.

Agricultural shows lose out due to reduced community

Several county councillors have this week expressed concern that the county's agricultural shows have not received funding under this year's Community Support Scheme.

Agencies thanked as Council confirm Moy oil spill probe continues

Mayo County Council is continuing its investigations in an oil spillage on the Moy earlier this month.

Million-euro boost as Ballina to find its Other Voices

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Ballina will welcome one of the world's most prestigious and critically acclaimed music festivals this September when it hosts a leg of Other Voices.

Ballina councillors urged to support N5 upgrade

Members of the Ballina Municipal District have been asked to support a submission by Mayo County Council backing the upgrade of the N5 between Ballaghaderreen and Scramoge, east of Strokestown.

Cost of kitting out tourist office estimated at €300k

Fáilte Ireland has claimed that it would cost a whopping €300,000 to kit-out a new premises that has been offered free of charge as a possible new location for the tourist office, currently situated in Athlone Castle.

Thanks extended to all who responded to extreme weather

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Time to make a decision once and for all on Westport convent site

Mayo County Council were told this week it was time for them to make a decision on what they are going to do with the old convent site in Westport — In essence, they were told that either they put forward plans for it or consider selling it.

Parking pains for Mayo towns as charges on the way

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Mayo County Council hopes to raise an additional €503,000 from the implementation of parking charges in eight Mayo towns.

Disappointment with delay in Cloongullane Bridge permission

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Mayo County Council is working to get the further information requested by An Bord Pleanála as soon as possible in relation to a request made by the board regarding the proposed Clongullane Bridge replacement on the N26. The issue was raised by Fianna Fáil councillor Annie May Reape at the January meeting of the local authority following news that emerged that the board had pushed a decision on the project back to autumn of this year.

 

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