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The city’s water supply, already low and under pressure due to the unprecedented cold weather, may have to rationed if the city’s water levels remain at their current “low and critical level”.
“Pro-active councillors” are being “muzzled” by the “right wing coalition” in the Galway City Council who are trying to prevent important motions from getting onto the agenda for council meetings.
City Hall is demanding an apology from Fine Gael councillor Pádraig Conneely for remarks he made about a senior official. However the outspoken councillor remains unrepentant.
Galwegians will be able to have their say on the Draft City Development Plan 2011 - 2017 once it goes on public display at the end of this month.
Galway city is due to get a consignment of salt to grit the roads despite the fact the thaw is over, a situation which has led to councillor Pádraig Conneely calling City Hall “a joke”.
A policy must be put in place that tolerates zero dumping in any estate, as protecting residential amenities and the health and safety of child should be the priority.
City Hall’s proposal to hand over 57 empty houses to the Cluid Housing Association was defeated by councillors on Monday and the matter must now be re-examined by the Department of the Environment.
A total of 20,264 people used the Galway City Council’s park and ride service over the Christmas period, an increase of 2,042 people from last year.
The inaugural meeting of a forum established to encourage interaction in relation to integration issues in the City and County of Kilkenny took place in City Hall last week and was hosted by Mayor Malcolm Noonan.