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As the smoke begins to clear from the havoc wreaked by the pandemic, the provision of housing will more and more take centre stage, with a huge mountain to climb before we get to a situation where supply comes even close to meeting demand.
The Galway City Council will continue to hold talks with various stakeholders to implement outdoor dining shortly.
The current membership of the Galway City Council started their term almost two years ago in a welter of controversy surrounding the forming of a political alliance to hold the balance of power (and positions) for the following five years.
A special policing plan will be implemented in Salthill and Knocknacarra over the Easter period to deal with antisocial behaviour.
Chief Superintendent Tom Curley has confirmed that Salthill Garda Station will not be closing. The confirmation came at Monday's Galway City Joint Policing Committee meeting.
Leisureland has been awarded an Outstanding National Quality Standard achievement by Ireland Active.
Cllr Donal Lyons has said he is encouraged that work is set to commence providing a new woodlands walking route in Rusheen.
The Government and the IDA must source and secure a replacement employer in the Knocknacarra area following pharmaceutical firm AbbVie’s decision to cease operations by the end of this year, with the loss of 75 jobs.
A pedestrian crossing is finally to be developed at the entrance to Barna Woods, creating a safer means for people to move between the wood, Cappagh Park, Lough Rusheen Park, and Silverstrand.
Pledges that Knocknacarra, the city’s most populated suburb, would be promoted as a location for investment, have not been met, and there remains “no indication” of any new industries locating there.