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An Athlone councillor drew the ire of the county manager for asking the same question three times at the annual budget meeting at the County Buildings in Mullingar on Monday.
Attendees of the Hallowe’en disco in the Bounty on Wednesday October 27 will enjoy a first hand experience of a fabulous new lighting system.
To pay for a road that has been 10 years in the planning, Westmeath County Council has set a price of €82,500 per hectare on future development levies in Athlone, a figure that equates to just €835 per each quarter acre site.
Community groups planning to undertake a clean-up in their area are being advised to contact the council’s environment section to avail of assistance.
Flood prevention works are due to be completed at Iona Villas within the coming month, while several areas which have not been approved for flood relief funding will be discussed at a special meeting on Monday.
There were calls this week for the council to take action to remove a group of caravans parked on the Creggan interchange, after councillors said local residents were growing anxious at their continued presence in the area.
Mobile cameras are an option available to Westmeath County Council in its ongoing prosecution of illegal dumpers, county manager Danny McLoughlin confirmed this week after Cllr Frankie Keena complained about a pony carcass dumped on a public road outside Athlone.
A third protest march against the closure of Loughloe House is to take place this Saturday, following a second HIQA report showing significant improvements at the facility.
The report of the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) on Athlone’s Loughloe House care facility is due to be published in the coming days.
A meeting with Waterways Ireland is to be sought by council members before they make a decision on how best to proceed with the local area plan for Glasson.