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Fine Gael Mayo based Senator Paddy Burke has said that he has been told by the Minister of State for Planning and Local Government, that he has issued a circular to local authorities and An Bord Pleanala, that will allow councils to grant planning permission for housing developments that are of lower density than that currently required in rural towns.
Fianna Fáil councillor Michael Loftus has called for a second Covid-19 vaccination centre in the county to be established in Ballina. Cllr Loftus raised the issue at the April meeting of the Ballina Municipal District, saying that it would speed up the whole process and that a town the size of Ballina, along with the north Mayo region, should have a centre. He asked for the council to write to the Department of Health to raise the matter. He was backed by his party colleague Cllr Annie May Reape and Fine Gael Cllr John O’Hara in this call.
It is imperative to the connectivity of Ballina to other major towns in the county - that the N26 from Mount Falcon to Foxford and then on to Ballyvary to join up with the new N5 Castlebar to Westport - gets put back on the agenda - a number of councillors said this week.
Representatives from the ‘Ballinasloe Says No’ community group have expressed their immense disappointment following the decision announced by Galway County Council to grant a permit to operate a waste transfer station in close proximity to the East Galway town.
Park and playground wardens motion carried
Fine Gael Deputy Ciaran Cannon has welcomed an announcement from the Department of Education that it has authorised the design team charged with developing a new eight classroom school at Bullaun to select a shortlist of contractors for the project.
Calasanctius College in Oranmore has been successful in its application to the Department of Education for additional accommodation.
Crucial improvement works for the Inis Oírr pier took a step closer this week following Government approval of the business case for the renovations.
Big Belly bins - solar powered 'compactor' bins with real-time information to tell waste collectors when the bin is full - need to be installed in Salthill.
A hydrological survey has been received by the Galway County Council for the Moycullen area, and will be examined with regard to seeking funding for flood prevention works in the village.