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Public pressure is mounting against the closure of the Loughloe House care facility, with a protest march planned for this Saturday and a facebook campaign attracting almost 500 members.
At a recent meeting of Athlone Area Committee Cllr Frankie Keena raised a motion for the council to provide dedicated cycling routes in Athlone plus bicycles for the public to rent.
As Gardai continue their investigations into last week’s discovery of pipe bombs outside two head shops in Athlone, local public figures have spoken out to condemn the attacks and renew calls for the town’s head shops to be closed down.
Gardai in Athlone are examining CCTV footage and conducting door-to-door enquiries following the discovery of two viable devices at head shops in the town on Wednesday.
The traffic lights at the Crescent junction are adequate for the flow of traffic going through them and do not need to be adjusted, according to Athlone’s town engineer Alan Kelly.
Playwright Margaret Mc Kenna Mullan is back with her brand new comedy play, Promises Promises. If you enjoyed The Sleeveens or Let’s Twist Again you are in for a night of side-splitting laughter when No Fixed Abode Group hit the stage with Promises Promises in the Passionfruit Theatre, Athlone on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday November 6, 7, and 8.
Councillors in the Athlone area have asked that Westmeath County Council write to the Minister for Transport to request the Athlone bypass retain its existing dual carriageway status - in spite of recommendations from both the National Roads Authority and the council that it be upgraded to motorway status.
A small plot of land to the rear of FAS in Garrycastle became the subject of discussion at last week’s Athlone area meeting, as Cllr Frankie Keena requested the land be handed over to Garrycastle GAA Club.
The Joint Policing Committee for Westmeath is to be launched on Friday February 20, with a workshop for members of the new committee.
Westmeath County Council is to seek the support of local authorities across the country in a campaign to ban ‘party pills’, following a motion raised by Cllr Frankie Keena at this week’s council meeting.