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Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed the approval of funding for additional accommodation at Scoil Iosa in Ballyhaunis. The works will offer six new classrooms and associated facilities. In particular, funding is approved for four new classrooms, three special education teacher rooms, two special education needs classrooms and a water closet for assisted users. Deputy Dillon said: "It will be of enormous benefit to the almost 200 boys and over 150 girls attending the school. While increasing overall capacity at the Ballyhaunis school, it also importantly increases the special education infrastructure at primary level in east Mayo. This is the second school in Mayo to receive additional accommodation this year. Last month, additional accommodation in the form of a Special Education Needs classroom was approved for Derrywash NS outside Castlebar."
Two arts centres in Mayo have been granted €275,500 between them from the Arts Council, with the Linenhall Arts Centre in Castlebar receiving €225,000 and the Ballina Arts Centre receiving €50,5000.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has welcomed confirmation that Phase 2 of 22 houses at Lios na Circe, Saleen, Castlebar, has now gone to tender for construction.
Fine Gael TD, Alan Dillon, is calling on the HSE Public Health team, Community Healthcare West and the Saolta group to provide a Covid vaccination hub for the people of North Mayo.
Local Dáil deputies have welcomed the new Outdoor Public Space's Scheme, which has been designed to help local authorities open up and create public spaces and facilities dedicated to the arts, culture and festivals.
Local Fine Gael TDs have welcomed the announcement that €33,525,916 has been allocated for the maintenance and renewal of the road network in Mayo for 2021.
Fine Gael TD for Mayo, Alan Dillon, has revealed the key highlights of his survey for Leaving Certificate students around Mayo. With over 520 respondents, almost 400 of whom were Leaving Certificate students highlighted the strong preference for a calculated grades process.
Mayo TD Alan Dillon is calling on students, teachers, and parents, to complete an online survey outlining their views on Leaving Certificate 2021.
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Mayo TD Alan Dillon, Fine Gael Spokesperson for Tourism and Sport, has welcomed news that work is underway to secure engineering-led design consultancy services for the Keem Signature Discovery Point in Achill.