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Despite being consigned to history by June, the Kilbeggan Area Committee this week welcomed its final allocation of funds for road and footpath improvement in the district.
A councillor has called for a HGV ban on a rural Westmeath road after suggesting there were stretches of it so bad “you could get car sick”.
Residents in Westmeath attached to group water schemes were advised this week to apply to Irish Water to be taken in charge to avoid the possibility of additional charges.
Fine Gael general secretary, Tom Curran, has said the party’s executive council is happy to confirm that Cllr Colm Arthur, Rochfortbridge, has been added to the Fine Gael ticket for the Mullingar-Kilbeggan electoral area for the Local Elections to Westmeath County Council.
The starting gun has officially gone off in the Westmeath 2014 Local Elections with councillors anxious to secure gritting on rural roads at the annual county council budget meeting which was held this week.
Fine Gael continue to surprise in its ongoing candidate selection process after sitting councillor Colm Arthur was defeated in his effort to return to his party’s ticket for next year’s local elections.
For the first time since records began there has not been a road fatality in the south of Westmeath to date this year.
Continuing its vein of defiance from last week, Westmeath County Council voted to allow an abattoir be built in a residential area, contrary to the wishes of both the planning department and An Bord Pleanála.
The county council has given itself permission to redevelop a gritting depot, okayed the return of land formerly acquired for a motorway, and given three sites away for playgrounds.