Search Results for 'Cllr Mark Cooney'

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Town geography means Athlone to lose mayor while Mullingar keeps chain

Athlone is unlikely to have a mayor from June this year.

United we stand - retiring councillor Flanagan slams urban/rural divide in county

The urban/rural and north/south divides in Westmeath need to be tackled when the local government reforms come into effect in June.

Council lambasted for not evicting more anti-social tenants

A councillor has branded the council’s rental scheme as a “disgrace” on account of the amount of intimidation and anti-social behaviour perpetrated by those within the system.

Security fence criticised at lakeshore scouting amenity

A number of local councillors have criticised the erection of a security fence on the boundary of the scout site at Portlick on the shores of Lough Ree.

Westmeath County Council continues to create jobs with new projects

Westmeath’s county manager says the county council makes a significant contribution to creating and sustaining jobs.

Councillors to make submission on plans for Monksland

Athlone is in a very unique position spanning two counties, and town councillors are to make a submission to Minister Phil Hogan regarding the proposed Local Government Reform which would do away with Athlone Town Council.

Council name Athlone’s new art gallery - the Luan Gallery

After much discussion at Monday’s monthly meeting of Athlone Town Council it has benn decided to name Athlone’s new art gallery the Luan Gallery.

Road safety begins at pre-school age

Starting young is the most effective way to improve safety on our county’s roads, according to Westmeath’s road safety officer.

Clean your chimney or pay the price - warns county council

The environment special policy committee of Westmeath County Council will next year look into charging insured homeowners for chimney fire call-outs, it was revealed at this month’s meeting.

Public to help decide new location for Gráinne Óg statue

The people of Moate will have a say on the location of the new Gráinne Óg statue which is to be placed in the town.

 

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