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Baylin school speed survey

Local councillor John Dolan has welcomed the commitment by Westmeath County Council to conduct a speed survey at Baylin National School.

Councillors raise parking issues on east side of town


Dolan calls for greater awareness of farm safety

Local Fine Gael councillor John Dolan has called upon farmers, and those who reside in rural areas, to try to be as vigilant as possible and take whatever steps are necessary to make both farms and the surrounding areas as safe as possible, particularly for children.

Dolan welcomes funding for footpaths in Moate

Local Election candidate and Fine Gael councillor John Dolan this week welcomed the allocation of €40,000 towards footpath repairs in Moate in 2014.

Funding granted for graveyards

Local Cllr John Dolan has welcomed the allocation of €14,000 for the opening of extentsions to both Castledaly and Dunegan graveyards.

Council urged to support Leinster Fleadh in Moate

The council is being urged to support Moate’s hosting of the Leinster Fleadh in July 2014.

Contractor appointed to Clonbonny group water scheme

Cllr John Dolan has welcomed the news that the Clonbonny group water scheme upgrade works will start in the next two weeks.

Prioritise people in flood management, says councillor

An Athlone councillor is calling for common sense in how the OPW will manage flooding around the town, saying that human beings, not wildlife and trees, must be central to any solutions.

Dolan warns of looming cash crisis for farmers

Local Westmeath county councillor John Dolan has welcomed the statement by Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney, that he recognises the financial pressures faced by farmers with the continuation of the bad weather.

Planning progresses on Castledaly graveyard

Local councillor John Dolan this week welcomed the fact that the extension to Castledaly graveyard is to progress to the part 8 planning process.

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