Search Results for 'Cllr Owen Hanley'

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Criticism as An Taibhdhearc/Fibín receives just a tenth of what it sought in city council arts grant

A number of councillors have criticised the decision to only award An Taibhdhearc/Fibín €2,000 in the Galway City Council’s arts grants allocation.

Reform needed to enhance potential of credit unions, says Hanley

Cllr Owen Hanley says Government reform is needed to enhance the potential of credit unions.

Meeting in city tonight to discuss a vision for Galway

Cllr Owen Hanley is hosting a meeting tonight (Thursday) on the draft City Development Plan 2023-2029 which is currently on public consultation.

Councillors take 45 minutes to decide on meeting in person or online

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Following a 45 minute discussion, a vote took place determining that Galway City Council meetings will be held remotely for the rest of the month with a review set for February.

Hanley calls for greater investment for public transport in the city

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Traffic congestion in Galway “will get worse before it gets better”, which is why “significant investment” in public transport is vital to combat the personal, environmental, and economic toll gridlock is taking on the city.

Hanley concerned that rising house prices are ‘devastating’ for workers

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Cllr Owen Hanley remains concerned that rising house prices are devastating for workers in Galway.

Salthill’s temporary cycleway to be introduced in March, meeting is told

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A temporary cycleway in Salthill will be introduced in March and is expected to stay in place for six months.

Our city councillors in 2021 - a review

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As we approach the end of another year, it is always interesting to review the local political goings-on in the Galway City Council. Let us examine each grouping in the chamber.

Meeting adjourned after councillor accuses others of "giving false hope"

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Monday's meeting of the Galway City Council was adjourned for 10 minutes after Cllr Alan Cheevers accused "Left leaning parties" of "giving false hope" to people in the city.

Councillors back social and affordable housing scheme at Merlin Woods

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A development in the Merlin Woods area involving 103 units with 85 to be affordable homes was approved at Monday’s meeting of the Galway City Council.

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