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After one of the most spectacular summers in recent years, the good weather in Galway looks set to continue into September and hopefully beyond. This bodes well for the auction team in DNG Maxwell Heaslip & Leonard who have just put the finishing touches to the first of their 2018 autumn auction series. Thursday October 4 will see more than 20 lots go to the auction floor with properties covering all sectors of the market, and the city centre based auction expert is already reporting huge levels of interest with a busy weekend ahead of open viewings in store this weekend.
The Williamstown water treatment plant has been decommissioned following a €10 million investment by Irish Water, which has seen the extension of the Lough Mask water supply from Ballyhaunis in Co Mayo to Williamstown in Co Galway and Ballinlough in Co Roscommon.
According to agent Shelagh McGann Oranmore village and its hinterland is one of the fastest growth areas in terms of residential in Co Galway
May is Lyme Disease awareness month so I thought I’d write a little bit about it, my own experience of it and how to prevent it.
The 2018 SuperValu TidyTowns competition is now open for entries.
Ireland West Airport has appointed businessman Arthur French as the new chairman of the airport. The appointment comes as long serving chairman Joe Kennedy announced he is to step down from his current role as chairman to become Honorary President of the airport.
The Inis Meain water supply has been removed from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Remedial Action List (RAL) following a programme of works by Irish Water. The supply, which serves a population of 161 people was added to the RAL for elevated levels of trihalomethanes in the water. A programme of works has been completed on the island to bring the supply back into compliance.
The Portumna water supply has been removed from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Remedial Action List (RAL) following a programme of upgrade works to the treatment plant by Irish Water.