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Green Cllr Niall Ó Brolcháin must “use his influence” on Environment Minister John Gormley to secure urgently needed funds for the Galway City Council’s Essential Housing Aid for the Elderly and Disabled Persons Grant Scheme.
Minister John Gormley’s last minute diversion to a flood stricken Carlow town last August has left a bitter aftertaste in the mouths of some local councillors.
New planning guidelines from the Environment Minister John Gormley will not prevent councillors from zoning flood plains for development, Labour TD Michael D Higgins has warned.
Green Party TD and spokesperson on Enterprise, Trade and Employment and TD for Carlow/Kilkenny, Mary White, has said major issues concerning the Irish retail industry will have to be addressed over the coming months in a balanced way which sustains communities and the industry.
Business and shopping in Galway’s city centre is set to receive a boost and a new lease of life, according to Green Cllr Niall Ó Brolcháin, under the proposed new planning guidelines.
Graiguenamanagh Labour party councillor, Ann Phelan has claimed that the new regime for farm inspections to be carried out by the EPA, just announced by environment minister John Gormley is “madness”.
Carlow town councillors have agreed to write to Environment Minister John Gormley in an effort to recoup the €70,000 the local authority spent dealing with floods this year.
The extension of the borough boundary in Kilkenny city is a key priority of Kilkenny borough and county councillor Malcolm Noonan who believes the extension will be granted by Environment Minister John Gormley in coming months.
The Environment Minister needs to firmly commit to the replacement of 3kms of lead pipes in Old Mervue and guarantee the quality of water in order to put the minds of Galway residents at ease and restore confidence, according to Fine Gael Senator Fidelma Healy Eames.
The reduction in capital income from car tax, following the introduction of new car tax brackets, will have a negative impact on the funds for road maintenance according to Environment Minister John Gormley.