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Just as the tiredness was setting in, the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway was filled with the sound of cheering as Independent councilor Thomas Welby was the first candidate to be elected for the Conamara electoral area.
Towns across County Galway are to be stripped of their Community Welfare Offices which are to be reduced to just a few locations, a move that has attracted condemnation from Independent politicians.
Tom Welby is not among those who think that Independents candidates will be an irrelevancy at Election 2011. He feels Independents could have a significant role in the next Dáil, and in leading the way in reforming the Irish political system.
Work will begin next month on resurfacing and realigning the N59 at Roscahill. The Galway County Council has received tenders for the project and contracts are expected to be finalised in the coming weeks.
With just over seven weeks to go until polling day the line-ups for the Local Elections in Connemara have begun to take their final shape.
The Galway County Council has granted planning permission for an all-weather pitch facility in the grounds of St Paul’s Secondary School, Oughterard.
The next stage in the construction of the new sewerage treatment plant for Oughterard is vital as it will tackle pollution in Lough Corrib and improve business in the town.
The Galway County Council has advertised for consultants to draw up contract documents for the design, building, and operation of the new sewage treatment plant for Oughterard.