Search Results for 'Director of Services Ciarán Hayes'

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New Fairgreen taxi rank to alleviate dangers

Traffic gridlock and lack of adequate taxi rank spaces at Ceannt Station is “chaos” and will result in someone being injured if nothing is done, warned director of services Ciarán Hayes after outlining proposals for a new taxi rank at Fairgreen Road, which is hoped will alleviate the problem and make the area safer for the public.

Circle of Life commemorative garden receives full support

The Quincentennial Park in Salthill is to be re-energised and opened up to visitors with the addition of the Circle of Life commemorative garden which received unanimous support by city councillors when it came before the council recently seeking approval under the Part VIII Planning and Development Act.

Councillors’ concern over household allowance ahead of Irish Water transfer

The impending transfer of water services to Irish Water has caused great concern among city councillors with many now calling on the Government to insure that each resident is provided with an adequate allowance and there is a flexible approach to determining that allowance.

Council amendment bans ‘cruel’ sulkies from using Ballyloughane beach beach

The practice of sulkies, which have been described as cruel and dangerous, is to be banned from Ballyloughane Beach after councillors at Monday’s Galway City Council meeting agreed to amend the Draft Non-motorised Passenger Transporter Bye-laws 2013.

Grave situation as cemetery space is running out, warns city councillor

The provision of a new cemetery site is a matter of urgency, according to Independent city councillor Declan McDonnell who warned that the new cemetery in Bohermore was already running out of space.

Corrib Rangers AFC gets long lease for 3G pitch

Westside football club Corrib Rangers AFC has been given a ten year lease on a 3G all weather sports facility with floodlights at the Corrib Park Neighbourhood Park.

Magdalene women deserve Civic apology

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Any service of remembrance for the women who died while in the former Magdalene Laundry in the city must include a civic service and an apology by the Mayor on behalf of Galway citizens.

€40 million needed to help city deal with ‘a heavy shower of rain’

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Torrential rains brought the city to a standstill on Monday morning, causing damage to vehicles and city centre businesses.

Green light for Mervue pitches

Plans to develop playing pitches in Mervue by St James GAA were given the green light by councillors at Monday’s Galway City Council meeting.

Let motorists use bus lanes on Seamus Quirke Road, says McNelis

Traffic flow could be helped and commuter times reduced if motorists were allowed use the bus lanes on the Seamus Quirke Road at certain times.

 

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