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Éamon Ó Cuív may have the safest seat in the State, and be FF’s ‘one sure thing’ in Galway West for Election 2016, but the party knows it cannot rely on him forever, and a range of future hopefuls are jostling for position to become his eventual successor.
The national media is putting pressure on the two great Civil War parties to call a truce following the next general election so that an historic Fine Gael/Fianna Fáil government can be formed. This would-be Fianna Gael coalition – political commentators argue – is essential if the State is not to fall into the clutches of Gerry ‘Grizzly’ Adams.
Galway will never have seen a city council like the one which gathers on Friday June 6 at 4pm in City Hall for its first meeting, and yet, from a certain point of view, it will be a council that is strangely familiar.
Galway will never have seen a city council like the one that gathers in June for the first meeting in City Hall after the Local Elections, and yet, from a certian point of view, it will be a council that is strangely familiar.
Michael J Crowe is the Fianna Fáil councillor most at risk of losing his seat in May’s Local Elections, according to secret party research which was leaked in the last few days.
The delay in providing a much needed community centre in Ballinfoyle has been blasted as a “fiasco that continues to go on” by Cllr Ollie Crowe, who called on Galway City Council to make a firm committment to commence construction.
The road closure at Ceannt Station and lack of signage are leaving visitors to the city “confused” and could affect tourism, warned city councillor Ollie Crowe who is calling for the situation to be rectified immediately.
Independent legal advice is being sought by city councillors who continue to plead with city manager Brendan McGrath not to continue with plans to privatise the household waste collection service.
Embattled city manager Brendan McGrath is standing firm in his decision to privatise the council refuse service stressing that he “cannot and will not stop the bidding process” because of his responsibility to protect the local authority’s finances and gives the best option for protecting the remaining customers.
The practice of sulkies, which have been described as cruel and dangerous, is to be banned from Ballyloughane Beach after councillors at Monday’s Galway City Council meeting agreed to amend the Draft Non-motorised Passenger Transporter Bye-laws 2013.