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Chamber calls on council to cut car parking charges

If City Hall plans to slash the Local Property Tax by 15 per cent, it needs to have a plan in place to cover the inevitable loss to revenue that will result.

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O’Mahony hands over study group report on future of Knock airport

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John O’Mahony TD, who is the joint-chairperson of the Oireachtas Committee on Transport and Communications, this week handed over a report on the Ireland West Airport Knock to An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, and to Minister for the Environment, Leo Vardakar.

Ballinrobe survey will help rejuvenate town centre

A survey is to commence in Ballinrobe town next week which will generate ideas on how to rejuvenate the town centre and make it a more attractive town to visit and shop.

Ballinrobe survey will help rejuvenate town centre

A survey is to commence in Ballinrobe town next week which will generate ideas on how to rejuvenate the town centre and make it a more attractive town to visit and shop.

Potential changes to car parking charges in Castlebar

Those who take advantage of purchasing a long stay parking disc for the two major town centre car parks in Castlebar, will potentially see their cost of parking increase in the near future.

Claremorris Chamber of Commerce criticises council over parking charges

Mayo County Council has spent at least €200,000 more than it has earned from car parking charges since 2008, shock new figures reveal. The figures, released by Claremorris Chamber of Commerce ahead of crunch talks with the council on paid parking in Claremorris and Ballinrobe, show the local authority is on target to lose at least €40,000 this year alone.

Council finances on target half way through year

Athlone Town Council’s income and spending has been on target for the first six months of this year, it was revealed last week.

Car parking charges have cost Mayo seventy two shops, say traders

Traders in Ballinrobe and Claremorris have joined forces to campaign for fairer car parking. The initiative by Ballinrobe BEO and Claremorris Chamber of Commerce is aiming for one hour of free parking on weekdays and free parking on Saturday.

Lenten season of deprivation feels only too familiar

As this week marked the beginning of Lent and the pre-Easter season of doing without, many were wondering what more could they do without; what is there left to give up?

 

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