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Delvin Playground officially opened this week

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Leas-cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Dan McCarthy, performed the official opening of Delvin Playground on Monday. This is now the 12th playground facility provided under the council’s Playground Provision Scheme.

N52 Rathconnell re-alignment scheme opened

Leas-cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Dan McCarthy, opened the N52 Rathconnell Re-alignment scheme on Monday.

Councillors fight for increase in adult education funding

Westmeath County Council is calling on Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe to ensure funding is made available for the upskilling of the county’s adults.

Public to have say on lakeshore bylaws

A set of bylaws to regulate the use of Westmeath’s lakeshore areas is to be considered by councillors and put on public display in the coming months.

Launch date for Westmeath Joint Policing Committee

The Joint Policing Committee for Westmeath is to be launched on Friday February 20, with a workshop for members of the new committee.

Bring back Committee of Agriculture - Cooney

Cllr Fintan Cooney received the unanimous support of councillors this week when he called for the re-establishment of the County Council Committee of Agriculture, with the result that his notice of motion is to be circulated to other county councils around the country.

Council to fight reduction in fallen animal subsidies

There may be some light at the end of the tunnel for farmers struggling to meet the increasing costs of disposing of fallen animals, as Westmeath County Council is to take the issue to national level.

Council objects to protecting birds

The long term wisdom of the outgoing county council was in scant evidence once again when it decided to object to a plan to protect a number of wildlife areas within the county at its final meeting last week (May 20) before the election.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

 

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