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Some 300 people attended the septic tank public meeting organised by Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh, in the Broadhaven Bay Hotel, Belmullet, on Monday evening last. The resounding message from the meeting was that people are not going to register their septic tanks or pay any fees at least until the long awaited Belmullet Sewerage Scheme is completed.
A development consisting of three dwellings for elderly people and a commercial unit to be used by the St Vincent De Paul Society was given the go ahead at the October monthly meeting of Mayo County Council.
The tricolour was held high in the Ruby Room of the TF Royal Theatre on Sunday after the last Belmullet electoral area seat was taken by Sinn Féin’s Rose Conway Walsh. This resulted in the loss of outgoing Fianna Fáil councillor Tim Quinn’s seat. He topped the polls in 2004 with first preference votes, while against the county trend Fine Gael failed to secure the three seats which it was contending.