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A local councillor has called on City Hall to issue a full report of the number of vacant sites in the city and explain why it has not been collecting the levies owed from such sites.
"When Autumn comes and more workplaces are open alongside schools and colleges we need to have increased walking and cycling for transport to work in this city. This will be needed alongside adapted but reliable public transport and personal car use, or we may be facing transport issues like we've never seen before."
No swimming will be permitted at Salthill's iconic Blackrock diving tower for the foreseeable future, while the popular walkway along the golf course, adjacent to Blackrock, will also be closed.
Despite the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, the Galway City Council is continuing to provide essential services, and is asking the public to deal with it via www.galwaycity.ie, over the phone on 091 - 536400, instead of coming into the council itself.
Despite the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, Galway City Council continues to provide essential services.
The prolonged period of social distancing and self-isolation will have mental health ramifications which the Government must take this into account as part of its response to Covid-19.
Public amenities, such as the Salthill Promenade, which have remained open despite the coronavirus restrictions, will only remain so if people comply with social distancing.
In response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak and in accordance with the HSE guidelines, Galway City Council has put some restrictions on services in place.
Council meeting moved to The Galmont Hotel
Owners of derelict Corrib Great Southern challenged to state plans for hotel after fire breaks out at site
The fire which broke out at the derelict Corrib Great Southern Hotel on Monday must put pressure on the owners of the "unsightly building" to demolish it, otherwise the owners are simply showing further "scant regard" for the wellbeing of residents living close-by.