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A family-run retailer in Mullingar is seeking to stop further expansion of a rival supermarket chain by appealing the permission granted to Aldi for its second store in the town.
Queues for car tests in Mullingar may soon become a thing of the past with the news that the NCT centre in Clonmore is to be extended byan additional test lane.
Some more fresh shoots of recovery are becoming evident across the county with commercial enterprises at both ends of Westmeath showing evidence of expansion this week.
Joyces Supermarket Headford has been a hive of activity the past few months as construction is underway on a new multi-million store that promises to not only provide more quality, value, and range for its customers but also boost the local economy by providing more employment and helping to turn the town into a shopping destination.
Councillor Christy Hyland said that a manmade beach at The Quay would really set Westport apart from other towns and should be considered while enhancement works are taking place at The Quay under Smarter travel project funding.
Athlone will lose 13 car parking spaces but will gain bus parking spaces at the rear of the castle in an attempt to keep tourists in the town centre.
Smarter travel project funding will lead to the enhancement of the Quay area in Westport.
Deep within the bowels of City Hall lies a control centre which looks as if it came straight out of a Bond movie. With massive screens, whirring computers, eagle-eyed operators and no seeming way of escape, all that is missing is a one-eyed balding villain, stroking a pristine white cat and drawing up a dastardly plan to take over the world.
The elected members of Ballina Town Council on Wednesday night gave their permission for the council to dispose of 2.35 acres of land at Pearse Street/Humbert Street to Tesco for €3.43 million. The lands are located in the area where the existing Tesco store is located in the centre of the town, and it is planned that Tesco demolish the existing store and develop a whole new large store at this location. The total investment that Tesco will make in this project is estimated to be around €21 million. When completed the new store is expected to employ between 160 and 170 people, up from the 68 currently employed in the existing store. Some 300 car parking spaces both over and underground are also to be created as part of this development which will see an extra 180 to 190 car parking spaces being brought into the town centre of Ballina.