Search Results for 'Cllr Paddy Hill'

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New guidelines for civic receptions

 

Mayor wins out over cathaoirleach

 

Westmeath “will not be found wanting” on housing grants

The majority of applications for Housing Adaptation Grants in Westmeath will not be affected by the new Government regulations.

Leave litter to build up on streets - councillor

A Westmeath councillor has suggested leaving rubbish to build up on the county’s streets for several weeks so people can see the damage done by littering.

‘Explosive’ housing shortage predicted

Westmeath’s councillors see housing as the biggest challenge for 2014, with one councillor predicting a housing shortage as “an explosion that’s about to happen”.

Hands off our roads budget - councillors

A proposal to cut the council’s roads budget by €125,000 has been met with strong opposition from councillors already frustrated with a lack of funding for road repairs.

Playground antics as councillors accused of “kindergarten” behaviour

It was a playground debate in more ways than one at Monday’s meeting of Westmeath County Council, as chairman Cllr Peter Burke was forced to point out to councillors “We are not in kindergarten”.

‘Westmeath’s loss is Dublin’s gain’

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The vision, foresight, and commitment of outgoing county manager Dan McLoughlin were praised as he attended his last meeting of Westmeath County Council on Monday this week.

Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest - council hears

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

 

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