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The internal investigation over allegations that a Galway City Council official improperly allocated a house to a fellow council staff member remains ongoing in City Hall
There are fears that commercial rates will increase across the county after the local government reforms come into effect in June.
A popular Salthill walkway completely disappeared, car parks submerged in water, and businesses left counting the cost of the damage as the sea demonstrated its power during last week’s storm.
Westmeath County Council has instigated proceedings against the Tullamore businessman responsible for the now derelict Texas shopping centre in Irishtown.
Athlone can expect up to nine months of selective disruption from June after it was announced the €3.5 million rehabilitation plan for the town’s elderly watermains was given the green light.
A recent spate of illegal dumping, or fly-tipping, in a Coralstown townland which drew complaints from residents and ramblers is not the responsibility of the county council. This was confirmed by a spokesperson this week because “as far as we’re concerned, this is private property”.
The success of the Christmas Park and Ride scheme has encouraged the Galway City Council to look again at constructing a permanent P&R facility in the city.
Community groups planning to undertake a clean-up in their area are being advised to contact the council’s environment section to avail of assistance.
Due to the recent sustained dry period and lack of rainfall the Galway City Council is calling on all water users to conserve drinking water supplies.
The elected members of Westmeath County Council have voted to adopt the final River Basin Management Plans for the protection and improvement of all waters in the Shannon and Eastern River Basins, both of which transect County Westmeath. The plans are to come into effect on July 9 this year, and will remain in place until 2015.