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Green and white bollards are needed on regional roads around County Galway to act as “a very visible warning to drivers of side roads ahead”.
One of the busiest and most popular Irish trad sessions this summer has undoubtedly been Bollards Bar Friday night session.
Permanent bollards are to be installed this week on the west side of Eyre Square, to eliminate illegal parking and rat running in the area.
It was proposed at the Swinford Electoral Area meeting this week that bollards should be erected at Swinford church car park in order to prevent parking of vehicles other than private cars.
During this week’s Westport electoral area meeting, Councillor Peter Flynn said that action needs to be taken regarding the cycle lane on the coastal route from Belclare to Murrisk.
Mick Green Independent candidate for the 2009 local election has criticised the efforts made to deter boy racers.
Kilkenny audiences are in for a superb warm-up to the Rhythm and Roots Festival when the wonderful James Yorkston performs at Bollard’s Bar on Kieran Street tomorrow night.
Castlebar Town Council candidate, Stephen Lavelle, has raised the issue of the danger to pedestrians using the roadway through Castle St Car park. “I have observed the danger to pedestrians and people pushing pushchairs attempting to walk along the road while traffic passes in both directions,” he said.