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The starting gun has officially gone off in the Westmeath 2014 Local Elections with councillors anxious to secure gritting on rural roads at the annual county council budget meeting which was held this week.
Athlone Town Council’s final budget heralded sentiment and emotion from councillors and executive members who are sorry to see the end of the local authority.
Athlone Town Council and Westmeath County Council will spend €1.2m to clean up after the county’s citizens this year.
It has a turnover of €4.75m and gives out an average of €1m per year in LEADER funding but the future of Westmeath Community Development is uncertain.
The county council has given itself permission to redevelop a gritting depot, okayed the return of land formerly acquired for a motorway, and given three sites away for playgrounds.
Westmeath County Council is to launch a text alert service in an effort to communicate its work and its news more efficiently, it was revealed this week, September 23.
Westmeath County Council is to lose its responsibilities for water services from January 1 as the State centralises these under a single body called Irish Water (IW).
The floods that ravaged Athlone in 2009 were considered a “once in a lifetime” event but Westmeath County Council have marked an area extending beyond the boundary of this flood in their maps detailing areas at risk of flooding in the Athlone Town Development Plan.
Arcadia is not an appropriate location for a supermarket, Westmeath’s county manager, Barry Kehoe, told Athlone Town Council on Wednesday evening, September 18.
Athlone town councillers had to make the arduous trip to Mullingar on Wednesday evening (September 18) for a meeting about the Athlone Town Development Plan, something they were not happy about.