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Mullingar is to have a mayor from June 1 this year but Athlone will not.
n an effort to trim the growing temporary roadside signs sprouting on the approach roads to its towns, Westmeath County Council is to charge a €20 fee to permit this in future.
A local councillor has criticised the Government’s policy of continued recentralisation and called it an “absolute joke”.
Almost 40 per cent of the water produced in Westmeath is being lost through leakage - a fact that prompted one councillor to question why anyone should have to pay the water charges to be introduced next year.
Mullingar’s parking bylaws are once again to go on public display after councillors pressed ahead with increasing on-street parking from the current one-hour maximum to two hours.
Mullingar councillors are being asked to come up with a potential location for a skatepark in the town.
A Mullingar councillor is calling on Westmeath County Council to reduce the speed limit at Tallyho, off the N52, from 80kph down to 50kph.
Cllr Aidan Davitt has welcomed the extensive school works that have been carried out in Mullingar town over the summer, saying he is very pleased with the improvements which will benefit children on their return to school.
Cllr Aidan Davitt has welcomed the news that the new Government work opportunity scheme, which includes the Community Services Programme and the Rural Social Scheme, is set to develop further and expand.