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The late Nicky McFadden will be remembered for her warmth, her common touch, and the genuine care she had for her Westmeath constituents.
The problem of people leaving their cars all day in one of Mullingar’s residential streets may have to be addressed by introducing parking permits.
A Mullingar councillor who has two sons in Canada says it’s not good enough that Irish people living abroad cannot vote in local and national elections.
Mullingar councillors are calling on the Minister for the Environment to offer certain incentives to householders when it comes to the implementation of water charges in 2015.
Mullingar councillors are calling on the Government to delay the introduction of a carbon tax on solid fuel, due to come into effect in May.
A start date of July 8 for the commencement of the watermains rehabilitation project in Mullingar was confirmed this week in a report given to the environment and water services strategic policy committee.
A Mullingar councillor is calling on Westmeath County Council to support small local businesses by campaigning to have the fuel rebate scheme extended to small business owners and self-employed people.
Dog littering is a county-wide problem which needs to be addressed both by making bins available and through education and enforcement, according to councillors who discussed the problem this week.
The council is to meet with representatives of Mullingar Chamber to discuss the future of street festivals in the town, following a debate at last week’s meeting of Mullingar Town Council.
A group of local men are rising to the challenge in a weight loss charity fundraiser. The group of five men are competing to shed the most pounds during a 12 week intense weight loss programme coordinated by Bloomfield Health and Leisure Club. All of the contestants have the same goal: raise money for charity by losing weight and getting healthy.