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Swinford based Fianna Fáil Cllr Michael Smyth this week raised the issue of the slow turnaround in approving housing adaption grants for the elderly and for disabled persons in the county.
Homeowners in Mayo will see an increase of 10 per cent in their Local Property Tax (LPT) next year, following a vote at Mayo County Council's September meeting on Monday afternoon.
Fianna Fail's Mayo County Council whip Cllr Damien Ryan has called for the local authority to find a new permanent home for council meetings during the Covid-19 crisis - until the council can move back to holding full meetings in the existing council chamber at Aras an Chontae in Castlebar.
A Fianna Fáil councillor has called for significant penalties to be imposed on people who ignore signs that roads are closed due to flooding - and then end up getting stuck in the floods and having to call the emergency services to assist them.
After a weekend of carnage on our roads, the Mayo Road Safety Working together Group have issued a road safety appeal to everyone attending the Mayo Stages Rally on Sunday, March 8, in the Castlebar area saying that road safety is everyone’s responsibility and there is one essential ingredient required for everyone’s safety and that is personnel responsibility.
Mayo County Council is working on a plan to improve bus shelters around the county and hopes to have some progress to report to the next meeting of the Roads Strategic Policy Group of the council.
Commercial rates will rise by four per cent next year, but there will be no increase in 2021 - after Mayo County Council's budget for 2020 was passed this week.
A bitesize look at what was discussed at the October meeting of Mayo County Council.
A number of new signs to identify the Bowers Walk in Ballinrobe and show directions how to get to it are on the way in the town.
The sale by Mayo County Council of two plots of land in Ballina town to Aldi Stores (Ireland) Ltd - consisting of 0.012 hectares and 0.134 hectares located at the Teeling Street car park, was approved by Mayo County Council this week.