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The stretch of the Headford Road, between Ballindooley and Clonboo is set for major renovations, following a proposal made this week by Independent councillor James Charity.
Independent county councillor James Charity has confirmed he will be running in next May's local elections, and fight to retain the seat he won in 2014 for the Oranmore-Athenry electoral area.
Athenry-Oranmore councillors have voted by four to one to reject the proposed 2019 budget for the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal District, saying the area’s property tax and commercial rates are being used to “subsidise the rest of the county”.
Cllr James Charity has warned motorists to exercise caution along areas of the N84 where the road has been raised, leaving a substantial slope which is particularly pronounced between Corrandulla Barracks and Clonboo.
The official opening of Corrandulla Community Playground will take place tomorrow Friday.The ribbon will be cut jointly by Independent TD Sean Canny and Independent councillor James Charity, chair of the playground committee, in a ceremony at 6pm in Corrandulla.
A motion of no confidence in An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was passed by the elected members of the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal Council, the first time a local authority has passed such a motion on the head of Government.
Questions were asked this week regarding the some €26 million yet to be sourced for events taking place as part of Galway's European Capital of Culture 2020 programme. It is understood this funding will come from Galway's local authorities, though the extent of each council's contribution has yet to be decided.
Cllr James Charity has welcomed a commitment from Transport Infrastructure Ireland (formerly the National Roads Authority) to provide pavement funding for the national road through Claregalway village, as well as long awaited safety works at the junction adjacent to McHugh’s pub on the old N17.
A collision between a stray horse and a motor vehicle on the N84 Headford Road on Monday morning has led to calls for an emergency special meeting of the Athenry-Oranmore Municipal District Council.
More than €4 million has been allocated for works on the N59 Galway to Clifden road, along with €4.5 million for surface works on the N84 Headford Road, as part of a €26,167 million Government investment in Galway’s national road network.