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Dominick Street’s 85-year fishmonger family should be compliant by March

One of the longest continuously-trading businesses in Mullingar - Egan’s fishmongers on Dominick Street - may only have to wait until March to have their position regularised, it has been revealed this week.

Polling stations to move as AIT deemed too cumbersome and expensive

The returning officer for the Westmeath electorial area is proposing some changes to the electorial register, by reducing the number of polling stations from 115 to approximately 104. According to returning office Elizabeth Sharkey “The reducing of the number of polling stations will result in the saving of monies spent by the Exchequer in the employment of poll staff, reducing the number by 22 from 230 to 208.”

Second installment of Cullen’s H-Block art set for March

By Maria Daly and Claire O’Brien

Council congratulated on the taking over of housing estates - but still work to do

Athlone Town Council has been congratulated on its success in taking estates in charge, but there is more work to do.

From litter blackspot to litter-free

Athlone’s ‘clean’ status according to the latest IBAL report was welcomed by councillors this week, who attributed the improvement in ranking in recent years to the efforts of Athlone Tidy Towns.

Huge public support for hungerstrike art at council meeting

Around 80 people thronged Athlone’s Civic Offices to protest against Fine Gael councillor Mark Cooney’s motion that a state-owned artwork be removed from the Luan Gallery at this week’s Athlone Town Council meeting.

One-way system for Church Street is not going away

A one-way system for Athlone is once again firmly back on the agenda, amid calls by councillors for something to be done about the condition and appearance of Church Street.

Mayor of Athlone accepts European Town of Sport 2013 accolade

A delegation from Athlone headed by Mayor of Athlone Jim Henson travelled to the European Parliament in Brussels recently to formally accept the designation of Athlone as European Town of Sport for 2013.

Traders furious over fears lights will stay out on Westside over Christmas

Shoppers and traders on the west side of Athlone will be left in darkness this Christmas as issues over broken street lights in the area continue.

Councillors to make submission on plans for Monksland

Athlone is in a very unique position spanning two counties, and town councillors are to make a submission to Minister Phil Hogan regarding the proposed Local Government Reform which would do away with Athlone Town Council.

 

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