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Athenry and Oranmore will be the focus of development for the next five years, says Cllr Peter Feeney who was re-elected to Galway County Council earlier today.
Six candidates will tonight be competing for four places on the Fine Gael ticket as the party holds its selection convention for the new Oranmore-Athenry ward in the 2014 Local Elections.
The Tuam to Athenry section of the Western Rail Corridor is still very much a viable option and is a valuable piece of infrastructure for the west of the country that should be protected, that is according to county councillors who voted this week to remove it from the Galway County Walking and Cycling Strategy which had proposed it as a possible walking and cycling greenway.
With the evenings stretching out and flowers coming into bloom, plans are now being put together in anticipation of the annual Tidy Towns competition. Many clubs around the county are kicking into gear and commencing their preparation for the event.
The heritage that An Taisce and such organisations is trying to protect when objecting to planning in Connemara is not Irish heritage, but British heritage, the county council was told on Monday.