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Council defies State recommendation on turbine distance from homes

“It is a no win position” - these were the stark words issued by county manager Barry Kehoe talking about windfarms and the Westmeath County Development Plan public meeting on Wednesday evening, September 18.

Council welcomes septic tank grant scheme

Westmeath County Council manager, Barry Kehoe, has expressed his gratitude for the 11,047 septic tank registrations that have been received in Westmeath, representing 90 per cent of owners.

E-working Centre to open in September

The proposed E-working Centre in Mullingar took a step forward on Tuesday this week with a visit from Minister of State Alan Kelly and an update on the council’s plans for the centre.

New pathways to learning in Westmeath libraries

A new relationship between Midlands libraries will give students, researchers, and readers unprecedented access to archives, third-level resources, medical, and archive collections.

Fire charge to be paid in all but exceptional circumstances

Athlone residents are being advised to check their insurance policies to ensure they are covered for the local authority fire service call-out charge.

Councillors not in favour of 'Del Boy' life of casual trading

There was a conflict of opinion between the executive and council members on the issue of casual trading at this week’s meeting of the Athlone Area committee.

Security fence criticised at lakeshore scouting amenity

A number of local councillors have criticised the erection of a security fence on the boundary of the scout site at Portlick on the shores of Lough Ree.

Eighty five per cent of County Plan submissions relate to windfarms

Westmeath County Council is expecting an avalanche of submissions following a variation to the County Development Plan’s windfarm guidelines.

Vacant barracks and hospital a priority in Mullingar plan

The public consultation process on the next Mullingar Local Area Plan for 2014-2020 is to commence this month.

Cycle corridor could see new bridge over Shannon

Athlone could see its fourth river crossing built since 1989 as part of the new Athlone-Mullingar cycle route.

 

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