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Tidy Towns committee needs local support

Athlone’s Tidy Towns committee needs greater buy-in from the business community if it is to keep the town looking its best.

New street sweeping schedule in place

Athlone town’s streets will be swept daily, the approach roads will be swept weekly, and the town’s estates will be swept on a six week rotation.

New bridge is a “fulfilment of a political promise” - councillor claims

A councillor has welcomed the start of the new, €6 million Garrycastle bridge, and claimed it as a “fulfilment of a political promise that I made to the electorate when I contested the 2009 election for Athlone Town Council”.

From litter blackspot to litter-free

Athlone’s ‘clean’ status according to the latest IBAL report was welcomed by councillors this week, who attributed the improvement in ranking in recent years to the efforts of Athlone Tidy Towns.

Simon Community benefit from inaugural Mayor’s Fund

The Midlands Simon Community were delighted to be one of the chosen charities to benefit from the first ever Athlone Mayor’s Charity Fund, set up by former mayor Cllr Alan Shaw who recently came to the end of his term as mayor.

Council finances on target half way through year

Athlone Town Council’s income and spending has been on target for the first six months of this year, it was revealed last week.

Athlone workers protest over stalled redundancy pay with sit-in

Staff in the Athlone branch of GAME have joined their comrades in the 12 other retail outlets across Ireland in holding a sit-in at the unit in the Towncentre in protest at the firm’s refusal to pay proper redundancies.

John Walsh resigns after 28 years as town clerk

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There was shock and praise in equal measures at the end of Monday’s meeting of Athlone Town Council when town clerk John Walsh announced he had presided over his final council meeting.

High end employment thrives in Athlone with 140 engineering jobs announced this week

Ericsson, the 35-year stalwart of Athlone technology, has announced a further expansion of its workforce with plans to employ a further 100 software engineers at its Blyry campus over the next two years, leading to a 12.5 per cent increase in its present workforce of 800.

Fewer than three per cent of Athlone lights broken despite no maintenance contract

Maintenance of the 3,000 street lights in Athlone will be back on a formal footing again by the end of May after a five month gap, while only an estimated 100 were out of order, the monthly meeting of the town council was informed earlier this week.

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