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The FRC for Erris campaign was brought to a successful conclusion on Tuesday October 25 last when Tusla CEO Bernard Gloster and Regional and Area Managers gave confirmation to the local steering committee that a family and community support service would be funded for the large rural community, in Northwest Mayo.
Funding of €236,877 has been awarded to Mayo for seven outdoor recreation infrastructure projects, under measure one of the 2022 Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme, which provides investment ranging from €30,000 for small scale projects.
Westport Independent councillor Christy Hyland has been elected to serve as Cathaoirleach of the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District for the 2022/2023 term - taking over from outgoing Cathaoirleach, Westport Fianna Fail councillor Brendan Mulroy. The new Vice Cathaoirleach is Belmullet Fianna Fail councillor, Sean Carey.
Irish Water is working with Mayo County Council to restore water as quickly as possible to impacted customers following a large burst to a water main in Belmullet Town.
Despite expectations that a damaged sea wall on the road in to Belmullet would be re-constructed and repaired as far back as 2019 - councillors for the area have now been advised it will be at least 2023 before the job is done.
The campaign for a Family and Community Resource Centre in Erris continues to go from strength to strength and on Tuesday, May 24, an online meeting took place between steering committee members of FRC for Erris and Mayo TDs - Rose Conway Walsh, Dara Calleary and Alan Dillon.
Expressway, Ireland’s premium inter-regional coach service, has partnered up with Grow Mental Health to raise awareness of mental health challenges.
Mayo County Council is calling on vacant home property owners across Mayo to engage with house repair and leasing scheme
Erris-based councillors in the Westport-Belmullet Municipal District have expressed their disappointment at being informed that works on the Bundula sea wall in the Mullet peninsula, are now not expected to be completed until Spring 2023 - and not by the end of this year - as they had been initially informed.