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Fire charge to be paid in all but exceptional circumstances

Athlone residents are being advised to check their insurance policies to ensure they are covered for the local authority fire service call-out charge.

Athlone’s canal “the missing link” in town’s development

A study into Athlone’s canal planning has unveiled the potential for the tourism, amenity, and community benefits of developing the canal.

Council request meeting with Taoiseach over brigade disbandment

Athlone Town Council are looking to meet with An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny, as well as the Táiniste, Eamon Gilmore, as questions remain over the decision to downgrade Custume Barracks.

Despite council pleas recent garda traffic management just temporary

Despite the appearance of gardaí on point duty at a number of strategic junctions around the town for the last few days in the wake of a council meeting that clamoured for such, a senior garda confirmed this will stop today (April 8), and will not be in place for the duration of the bypass renovation.

Southerly growth plans for Athlone put on hold

A €22m relief road, deemed “a pivotal and strategic route” for the future of Athlone, will have to wait for development levies from future businesses to fund it, this week’s meeting of the town council heard.

Fine Gael cuts to see services bleed

Independent General Election candidate Cllr Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran has warned that proposed public sector cuts will have dire consequences for the people of Longford and Westmeath.

Council to fund €22m road locally

To pay for a road that has been 10 years in the planning, Westmeath County Council has set a price of €82,500 per hectare on future development levies in Athlone, a figure that equates to just €835 per each quarter acre site.

Improvements to bypass signage on hold

Poor signage on the Athlone bypass will not be improved until a decision is made on whether the stretch of road is to enjoy dual carriageway or motorway status, it has emerged.

Employment hopes for Athlone Community College

The construction of the new school building for Athlone Community College could provide much needed employment in the Athlone area, according to Deputy Mary O’Rourke.

CCTV infrastructure finally in place

Almost a decade after it was first announced, Athlone’s CCTV system looks set to be in place by the end of the year.


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