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Councillors from Athlone are hoping that a new purpose can be found for the old Fire Station attached to Moate Courthouse after they turned down a lease application by Moate Boxing Club.
Independent councillor, Michael O’Brien, called into question the political motives of some councillors after a motion requesting a letter be written to the Taoiseach and Minister of Defence asking for the reinstatement of the 4th Western Brigade at Custume Barracks was raised.
History was made when the first Repair Café in the Midlands opened its doors in St Kieran’s Community Centre, Athlone on Saturday November 22. People thronged to the centre to have their household items fixed by repair specialists who were on standby to tackle the problem and give advice. The items repaired were varied and ranged from a broken mirror frame, ipods, and iron, to an old mantelpiece clock that was given a new lease of life after many years of not working. Visitors could also avail of a cuppa and a treat while waiting for their turn.
Plans for the redevelopment of recreation and amenity facilities at Portlick were revealed at this week’s monthly meeting of Athlone Municipal District.
Councillors have spoken out to condemn Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s remarks on water charges, in the wake of a very well attended protest march against water charges in Athlone last weekend.