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A Claremorris councillor has called on Mayo County Council to enter into “immediate negotiations” with Iarnrod Eireann to have a dangerous level crossing on the Claremorris/Kiltimagh Road widened and upgraded.
Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan has hit out at being denied an opportunity to contribute funding for improvement works that will be carried out in Kilmaine village. Cllr Ryan raised the issue at the Claremorris Electoral Area Committee meeting this Wednesday when he objected to what he saw as the breaking of “a gentleman’s agreement” on joint funding of the project, he told the Mayo Advertiser yesterday.
The official takeover of the Logboy group water scheme was welcomed by the members of the Claremorris Electoral Area Committee this week. Ballyhaunis based Fine Gael councillor John Cribben told the meeting, “This scheme has been in operation since 1975 and for the whole time until now, it has been run very well by those in charge of it. I would like to thank all the volunteers who put in their time and effort through the years on it.”
The members of the Claremorris Electoral Area Committee gave the go ahead to implement new parking bye-laws for Knock that will allow the imposition of pay and display parking. However pay and display parking will not be introduced if a new parking system that is being planned is successful this year in dealing with the ongoing problem in the east Mayo town.
Members of Claremorris Electoral Area Committee have demanded answers to when a solution will be in place to make sure that 2006 floods that effected The Neale does not happen again.
A number of councillors from the Ballinrobe Electoral Area expressed their concern as to where the tendering was for the Shrule village enhancement scheme in case the scheme lost out on Leader funding.
Consultations have taken place between Mayo County Council and the National Traveller Consultation Group over the issue of Travellers parking in Knock during the summer Novena season.
The days of people congregating in public places outdoors and drinking in Ballinrobe and Claremorris could be coming to an end very soon. Mayo County Council will be putting bye-laws to regulate the consumption of alcohol in public places in both towns out for public consultation within the next two weeks. It is then hoped that these bye laws will be passed by the local electoral area committee and a full meeting of Mayo County Council by the end of the year, with the bye laws coming into effect early in 2012.
The latest in a series of school break-ins around the county has left some pupils afraid to go to school, according to the principal of a school which was broken into on Sunday night.