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Councillors voice concerns over cost of fire brigade call outs to households

Members of Westmeath County Council raised concerns over the cost of fire brigade call outs while passing a motion to continue the long-standing agreement that the former Athlone Town Council had with Roscommon County Council (as fire authorities).

Athlone Town council to meet with Roscommon counterparts over water issues

It was decided at last Tuesday’s monthly meeting of Athlone Town Council that a meeting would be arranged with Roscommon County Council to discuss shared water services and the possibility of installing an interconnector between the water supplies.

Radio museum proposed for Moydrum station

To celebrate the 80th anniversary of the Moydrum transmitting station, Mayor of Athlone Cllr Alan Shaw has proposed turning the station into a radio museum.

Humane killer for Kilbeggan abattoir plans

Plans by the largest employer in Kilbeggan to increase its workforce with up to 70 new jobs were put on indefinite hold this week after the county council failed to vote a re-zoning measure to accommodate the expansion plans of the Dunbia meat-packing plant at the July meeting in Mullingar on Monday afternoon.

Southerly growth plans for Athlone put on hold

A €22m relief road, deemed “a pivotal and strategic route” for the future of Athlone, will have to wait for development levies from future businesses to fund it, this week’s meeting of the town council heard.

Compulsory purchase order not needed for Castledaly cemetery - Cllr Tom Allen

At a recent meeting of the Athlone Area Committee councillors were told that a compulsaory purchase order (CPO) would be put on the owner of land needed for the extension of Castledaly cemetery.

Council to fund €22m road locally

To pay for a road that has been 10 years in the planning, Westmeath County Council has set a price of €82,500 per hectare on future development levies in Athlone, a figure that equates to just €835 per each quarter acre site.

Clonmacnoise ascends to world stage

One of the finest examples of “Saints and Scholars” Ireland – the Clonmacnoise ruins just outside Ballinahown – could soon be viewed in the same light as Stonehenge, Macchu Pichu or the Pyramids of Giza, it was revealed in a presentation to Westmeath County Council this week (May 25).

Town council fights back against IBAL litter criticism

In a week in which Athlone just managed to scrape into the top 30 in the Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) survey, the town council was serendipitously proactive at its first monthly meeting this week by adopting the latest draft litter management plan.

100 homes flooded as 2ft surge in a week sees Shannon at all-time high

Nearly 60 houses in Athlone town have been rendered uninhabitable by floodwaters as the Shannon rose by over two feet (64cm) in the last seven days and has now surpassed the previous highest ever water mark set in 1954 by more than 30cms (1ft).

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