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Business incentive scheme to take the bare look off our towns

Westmeath County Council’s new Business Incentive Scheme will improve the vitality of towns and villages by bringing unused properties back into use and helping to generate economic activity.

Council pass motion of no confidence in Irish Water

Westmeath County Council has unanimously passed a motion of no confidence in Irish Water, and are calling on the Government to abolish water charges.

Mayo gets ready to shelter from potential storms

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Mayo County Council have their preparations well under way in case their is a repeat of the storm conditions that battered the county last Christmas.

Mayo County Council buys former Volex building

Mayo County Council has purchased the former Volex building in Castlebar at a price of €610,000.

Council to pay out €10.5 million in loan charges next year

Mayo County Council will pay out over €10 million in loan charges next year, the elected members of the council were told this week. Head of finance for the council, Peter Duggan, outlined the charges at Monday’s reconvened budget meeting of the council. He told the meeting: “This current budget has the provision of €10.5 million in loan charges, of those €4.3 million are recovered directly from third parties, the majority of them being Irish Water for the cost of providing the capital costs of the water sewerage services, and also there are recoupments direct from the Department of Environment, particularly in relation to our housing borrowings, they are recovered directly from the department.”

Council prepares for winter weather extremes

 

Council to investigate broadcasting meetings

Mayo County Council has said it would look into the possibility of broadcasting its meetings online following a notice of motion from Fianna Fáil councillor Lisa Chambers.

You can never own too many airports

Ní féidir leat do dhóthain aerfoirt a bheith agat— You can never own too many airports, so says the old Irish saying uttered by Peig Sayers and she in the last throes of her life below in the Kerry peninsula. And although airports had yet to be invented, and Alcock and Brown were still in nappies, when the withered auld sage said it in between wailing and woeing about missing the boat to Amerikay, the prophesy of it all will come true next Monday in City Hall when Galway City Council will discuss such matters and hope to add another airport to their long list of assets.

Restoration group aim to restore historical Moate Railway Station

Moate Railway Station Restoration Group held their inaugural meeting last Wednesday night, with the objective of exploring ways of restoring the station to its former glory, building on plans for the station in relation to the Athlone-Mullingar cycleway.

John Count McCormack sculpture to be unveiled this month

 

 

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