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Fine Gael may suffer some “short term damage” from last week’s leadership divisions, but Enda Kenny’s handling of the situation will only enhance him in the eyes of voters.
Mervue deserves to be nominated in this years Pride of Place in recognition of the community based groups which “work tirelessly to make Mervue a great place to live”.
Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh has condemned as “outrageous” an incident which saw a prisoner abscond from University Hospital Galway after prison warders, who refused to work overtime, sought a temporary release for him.
Galway West voters will have a major say in who forms the next Government, because if they vote for Éamon Ó Cuív, Frank Fahey, or Noel Grealish, they will be voting to keep the highly unpopular Brian Cowen in office.
TS Eliot’s memorable conclusion to his great poem The Hollow Men predicts the world will end “not with a bang but a whimper” but it is also a line which sums up the political career of George Lee.
Mervue United FC will celebrate its 50th anniversary in September but it received an early birthday present when the Galway City Council granted permission for it to build a new seated stand.
A state of the art childcare facility will open in Mervue in September which will cater for a mix of 70 infants, toddlers, and children and will offer day care, pre-school and afterschool services.
The Doughiska/Roscam area - one of the fastest growing areas in the city - is in dire need of new primary and secondary schools, but has been “excluded” and “ignored” by the Department of Education.
Elderly residents in Old Mervue must be provided with free bottled water instead of having to haul buckets of water from the street to their homes according to Fine Gael Cllr Brian Walsh.
Fine Gael Cllr Brian Walsh is warning the public to beware of potential bogus water testers claiming to be from the Galway City Council or the HSE and to always ask for ID before letting anyone into the house.