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Residents of Melody Court in Renmore, will be making full use of the city’s buses now that Bus Éireann is to provide a daily service to and from their homes.
Despite funding being made available for the appointment of an anti-social behaviour officer two years ago, City Hall has still not appointed anyone to the position.
A Fianna Fail city councillor is calling for a GP service for Ballybane, an area which houses 13.7 per cent of the city’s population.
Fianna Fáil has always understood the idea of gaining and holding on to power, but recent incidents would leave you thinking that self-preservation is now more important to them than controlling City Hall after the next local elections.
Gael Scoil Dara in Renmore has been offered a site in Renmore that will allow it to construct a purpose built national Gael school - something that has been mooted for the last 25 years.
The Galway City Council can recruit a housing ethnic officer, an anti-social behaviour officer, and a caretaker for older tenants, as government money for such posts has been available since 2007.
“If I saw Mr Haughey buried at midnight at a crossroads with a stake driven through his heart, politically speaking, I should continue to wear a clove of garlic around my neck, just in case.”
Once the Christmas and New Year festivities are over and Ireland settles down to the winter of discontent of the recession, local politicians will hit the campaign trail in earnest for June’s Local Elections.
Motorists using Merlin Lane to cut through the grounds of Merlin Park Hospital to get access onto the main Dublin Road is “totally unacceptable” and a danger to staff and local residents.
“Almost...but not quite” is how Galway Fianna Fáil might sum up its team for June’s Local Elections in both the city and county, with many candidates virtually certain to be selected, others still battling for a place, and the rest in the dark as to what party HQ intends to do with them.