Search Results for 'Cllr Keena'

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Councillors ‘playing politics with people’s lives’ over 4th Western Brigade

Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, called into question the political motives of some councillors after a motion requesting a letter be written to the Taoiseach and Minister of Defence asking for the reinstatement of the 4th Western Brigade at Custume Barracks was raised.

Future of library and fire services still uncertain

 

One-way traffic system still hangs on railway field purchase

 

Radical tourism initiative plans to make Athlone the new Westport

A radical initiative is underway to boost tourism, increase revenues, and enhance community spirit to make Athlone as successful a destination as Westport, Co Mayo.

Concern at bogus charity workers calling to homes

There is growing concern at the increase in bogus charities operating in the Athlone area.

New lighting system for Bounty Hallowe’en youth disco

Attendees of the Hallowe’en disco in the Bounty on Wednesday October 27 will enjoy a first hand experience of a fabulous new lighting system.

Creggan caravans must be moved on - councillors

There were calls this week for the council to take action to remove a group of caravans parked on the Creggan interchange, after councillors said local residents were growing anxious at their continued presence in the area.

Spy cameras to help catch dead pony dumpers

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Mobile cameras are an option available to Westmeath County Council in its ongoing prosecution of illegal dumpers, county manager Danny McLoughlin confirmed this week after Cllr Frankie Keena complained about a pony carcass dumped on a public road outside Athlone.

Calls for transfer of land to Garrycastle GAA

A small plot of land to the rear of FAS in Garrycastle became the subject of discussion at last week’s Athlone area meeting, as Cllr Frankie Keena requested the land be handed over to Garrycastle GAA Club.

Keena calls for party pills to be banned

Westmeath County Council is to seek the support of local authorities across the country in a campaign to ban ‘party pills’, following a motion raised by Cllr Frankie Keena at this week’s council meeting.

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