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Radical tourism initiative plans to make Athlone the new Westport

A radical initiative is underway to boost tourism, increase revenues, and enhance community spirit to make Athlone as successful a destination as Westport, Co Mayo.

Council urged to support Leinster Fleadh in Moate

The council is being urged to support Moate’s hosting of the Leinster Fleadh in July 2014.

Switchboard move to Mullingar raises fears over Athlone council services

The move of the switchboard for Athlone Town Council to Mullingar in recent weeks has led to fears among councillors that the council’s services are slowly being moved to Mullingar.

Castledaly Graveyard expansion to commence in coming weeks

Work to expand Castledaly Graveyard is to commence in the coming weeks, councillors learned this week, after they raised concern about the lack of space in both Castledaly and Dunegan graveyards.

Back to square one as Tyrrellspass playground proposal defeated

It is back to the drawing board for a playground for Tyrrellspass, after the council’s preferred site was shot down following a heated debate at Monday’s county council meeting.

Concern at bogus charity workers calling to homes

There is growing concern at the increase in bogus charities operating in the Athlone area.

Renovation for Moate Courthouse as it prepares to house library

A new chapter is to open in the history of Moate Courthouse as it gets ready to become the new home of Moate Library.

Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest - council hears

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Rural development meeting pulled due to lack of interest

An Athlone meeting of the Commission for the Economic Development of Rural Areas (Cedra) was pulled recently for a later date because there wasn’t enough interest - it was revealed at the March meeting of Westmeath County Council.

Proposals to take the bare look off shop windows

By Tríona Doherty

 

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