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Measures must be put in place swiftly to ensure pedestrian and motorist safety on the Seamus Quirke Road at the Aldi junction.
Monday’s emergency Galway City Council meeting to tackle traffic congestion had a lot in common with the gridlock that it aspired to solve - it was stop-start, slow-moving, tempers became frayed, and after four hours you realised that you hadn’t actually got anywhere.
The building of two new schools on the east side of the city may be in danger of being delayed by up to 20 years if a dispute over an access road is not resolved in the coming weeks.
A public right of way is to be extinguished on Dominick Street as councillors agree to close Burkes Laneway.
For the first time in three years there was actually good news in relation to Galway city’s water supply when the Galway City Council received the “all-clear” from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Today as residents from Mervue are forced to make do with water distributed from tankers the council has admitted it could be two years or more before the end of Galway’s latest water crisis.
The Galway City Council must clarify if it is responsible for providing quality drinking water to Old Mervue and update residents on progress in obtaining grants for the connection of new pipes to individual houses.
The Galway City Council has given a strong commitment to operate a park and ride service during the stop over of the Volvo Ocean Race in late May and early June.
A solution to Old Mervue’s water crisis may be at hand if money from the Galway City Council’s Water Conservation Project can be used to both replace the lead pipes connected to households and solve the problems of leakage in the area.
The Galway City Council should not use valuable funds to repair leaks to Old Mervue’s contaminated lead pipe system, but use it to help families connect to the clean new cast iron pipes, according to Fine Gael Cllr Brian Walsh.