Search Results for 'Cllr Damien Ryan'

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Visit Mayo - over 100,000 told at US Irish Festival

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A delegation of Mayo representatives newly returned from an Irish Festival in the United States of America were greeted by a 'sea of green and red' as the Irish diaspora turned out in force, where the message to 'visit Mayo' was heard loud and clear by over 100,000 attending the event.

Property tax to remain the same in Mayo for next two years

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Mayo County Council has voted to not vary the Local Property Tax (LPT) rate in the county for the next two years at the September meeting of the local authority which took place this week.

Councillors looking for ministers to meet them on water charges

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The elected members of Mayo County Council have asked council management to write once more to the leaders of the three government parties and Ministers responsible for water charges, to meet with them in relation to non-domestic water charges.

Hopes of progress on N26 improvements

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There is expected to be some good news on improving the N26 between Mount Falcon outside of Ballina and Foxford in the coming weeks.

Ryan calls for reinstatement of rail corridor into National Development Plan

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The Cathaoirleach of the Roads and Transport Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) of Mayo County Council has called for the Western Rail Corridor to be reinstated into the National Development Plan.

Development plan vote decided by Cathaoirleach's casting vote

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It took almost a quarter-of-an-hour and the casting vote of the new Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Michael Smyth to pass a vote at the council's July meeting which was held remotely this week.

Municipal District Briefs

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Welcome for funding for Castlebar projects 

Cruise tries to revoke declaration of climate emergency

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One councillor declared the declaration of a climate and biodiversity emergency last month by Mayo County Council as “tantamount to terrorism.”

Illegal dumpers 'should not be allowed to live freely in a civilised society'

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A top official at Mayo County Council said this week that he believed those responsible for illegal dumping should not be able to live freely in a civilised society.

Mayo people urged to have their say in new County Development Plan

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The Mayo Draft County Development Plan 2021-2027 is to go on public display in the next few weeks until early March and the public is being encouraged to get involved and have their say on how they wish the county to develop.

 

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