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There is Frank Fahey the Fianna Fáil TD, but there is also Frank Fahy the Fine Gael candidate standing in Galway City East in the June Local Elections.
The restoration of a healthy relationship between councillors and council officials, positioning Galway as a leader in the alternative energy sector, integrating the city’s diverse communities, and completing the Galway City Outer Bypass are Fianna Fáil’s priorities for the next Galway City Council.
Galway voters should make the upcoming local elections a referendum on the city outer bypass, according to Fianna Fáil TD and chairman of the Oireachtas Transport Committee, Frank Fahey.
The Local Elections are over, bring on the General Election! There is never a time when politicians and political anoraks are not thinking about elections and Saturday’s results will be read as an indication of what lies ahead in 2012.
The establishment of a dedicated taskforce to tackle Galway’s traffic problems is welcome and must have as its priorities bus and commuter transport development.
Government agencies opposing each other in a High Court case over the Galway City Outer Bypass is “ludicrous” and may “ultimately put the bypass in jeopardy”.
Families can now avail of a new government service whereby they can apply for Back to School Clothing Allowance applications forms by a simple text message.
Billions of euros worth of gas and oil lie off the west coast and around the Lough Allen basin, but Ireland is not exploiting these natural resources to its own advantage.
The thing about elections is that political anoraks can never get enough of them. The locals are just over and already speculation is going on about who might run for which party in the next General Election.
Fine Gael in Galway is on an election footing and its party HQ is compiling a review of the Galway West constituency.