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An ongoing dispute between councillors and city officials over the provision of a Sunday burial service continued this week, with councillors succeeding in stalling the decision until the end of the year.
Serious cuts will be made to the city’s budget for 2013 if the household charge is not collected from each house in the city, according to officials.
One of the final pieces in the jigsaw of the N6 corridor has been given the thumbs up by Galway city councillors despite concerns from local residents.
An initiative by the Galway Rotary Club to instal a kicking plaque on the Salthill promenade has been accepted by city councillors.
Fears that funding for a major ‘Greenway’ for the city would be withdrawn by the Government, causing the project to collapse, appear to be unfounded as both City Hall and NUI Galway are determined to press ahead with the walkway.
Eyre Square was left “as naked as Jesus when he was born” over the Christmas, making the area “dull” and lacking in “Christmas atmosphere”.
The Galway City Council’s roads department has been accused of “ignoring” the “serious levels of flooding” on the Seamus Quirke Road.
The bus lane on Forster Street has made it “impossible for businesses to successfully trade” there, and is the chief reason so many premises on the street have closed over the last month.
Despite cuts across the board in the Galway City Council’s budget for 2012, councillors have decided to give local businesses and shoppers a lift in the New Year.
Following the move of Occupy Galway to facilitate the Christmas Market, the Galway City Council now plans to take legal action against the camp.