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The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council has issued a clarion call for the Government to step in and ensure the future of Ireland West Airport Knock (IWAK) - which is facing into major losses this year due to the impact of Covid-19.
Mayo voices get behind video appealing to the Mayo public to play its part in the fight against Covid-19
Mayo County Council, together with the HSE and An Garda Síochána, has this week launched an appeal to the Mayo public in the fight against Covid-19.
Four communities in Mayo are to share funding of almost €114,325 under the Government's Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
The agencies involved in enterprise support and economic development in Mayo have come together to agree the Mayo Economic Recovery Plan, which contains a series of actions to support the local economic recovery effort.
Claremorris has seen a boundary change like the rest of the local areas for today's election with the north eastern part of of the constituency moving into the Swinford area, and long with it, Sinn Fein councillor Gerry Murray, who took 1,971 first preferences and was elected on the first count five years ago, as were Cllr Patsy O'Brien and Cllr Richard Finn.
Mayo County Council made payments of €979,734.11 last year in salaries, expenses and allowances to 31 councillors.
A total of €12,228.26 was paid in expenses by Mayo County Council to elected members to attend just two events last year. When it came to expenses for conferences, training and meetings in Ireland, a total of €72,438.85 was paid out to the members for 2016 who, according to the figures released, attended 201 conferences and training events between them, working out at an average of €360 per claim.
The elected members of the Claremorris Municipal District welcomed the first moves that are being made to reduce the speed limit on a number of roads in the centre of the town from 50kph to 30kph. The roads selected for the reduction will take in Mount Street, Main Street, James Street, d'Alton Street, The Square, Ballyhaunis Road, Railway Road, and the NCF Road.
A number of elected members of the Claremorris Municipal District expressed their disappointment this week at how €440,000 in top-up funding for road works projects in the area was decided to be spent. Fianna Fáil Cllr Damien Ryan told the Mayo Advertiser yesterday: "Bar a very small corner near Claremorris, none of the money came to projects in the part of the district that is now part of the new Galway-West constituency for the General Election."