Search Results for 'Cllr Sheila Buckley Byrne'

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Executive decision sees dramatic change to new cycleway route

Councillors were shocked to hear that the preferred cycle route through Athlone which was put to the public in December has come back to them dramatically changed.

New Arts and Tourism Board on track

Athlone’s town councillors have agreed the legal framework for the management of the new Athlone Arts and Tourism Board just hours after they received the paperwork.

‘We’re a dirty filthy nation,’ says Cooney

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“A dirty filthy nation,” is how Cllr Mark Cooney described the Irish, saying the level of litter seen here isn’t seen in other countries.

New mayor pledges support to business

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Athlone’s new mayor has promised to lead a campaign to support local business in the town.

Town council approve new fire callout charges

Athlone Town Council has approved a new set of fire callout charges, which includes a new flat rate of €675 for fire incidents and a charge of €500 for chimney fires.

Work to start on Sports Centre expansion by January

Expansion and refurbishment of Athlone Regional Sports Centre should start in January 2013 according to general manager Liam Cunningham.

Killyon Hill traffic solution on hold

Providing some form of traffic management at the bottom of Killyon Hill is not at the top of Athlone Town Council’s list of priorities at present, it has emerged.

O’Rourke business meeting idea shot down

A motion by Cllr Aengus O’Rourke to invite the town’s business people to meet with the council was met with resistance at Monday’s town council meeting.

John Walsh resigns after 28 years as town clerk

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There was shock and praise in equal measures at the end of Monday’s meeting of Athlone Town Council when town clerk John Walsh announced he had presided over his final council meeting.

Councillors welcome Athlone art company

Athlone councillors this week welcomed the establishment of Athlone Art & Heritage Ltd, a private limited company set up to manage the council’s artistic and heritage facilities including Athlone Castle and the new art gallery and artist studios.

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