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Islandeady Community Council has expressed its satisfaction with the recent announcement of a three-week road closure on the L1811 to facilitate road works on the new Westport to Turlough road project, rather than the initially planned closure of a number of months.
Retail giant Sports Direct is to open its first store in Galway next month when it moves into the former Debenhams department store at Eyre Street.
A decision on the proposed temporary closure for a number of months of an access road (L1811) into Islandeady village as part of the Westport to Turlough Road project - should be made next week - the April meeting of Castlebar Municipal District was told this week.
Members of MÓR Action met with the councillors of the Loughrea Municipal District (including Rinville, Maree, Clarinbridge, Kinvara and Gort) this week to make a presentation on a proposed extension of Rinville Park. The opportunity was provided by Cllr Martina Kinane who has been active in working for and supporting the upgrade of amenities for residents of Oranmore-Athenry and Gort-Kinvara both at the park and in the surrounding areas.
Local politicians have called on Mayo County Council and the contractors carrying out work on the new N5 to listen to the suggestions put forward by the local community council in Islandeady, to deal with a suggested road closure in the area as part of the works.
After a protracted and sometimes heated debate at the Westport-Belmullet Muncipal District on Monday, a land swap and cash deal between Mayo County Council and Inishoo Management was approved by the elected members and sent forward for final approval at the next full meeting of Mayo County Council.
Tributes have been paid this week to James Harrison, the teenager who lost his life in an accident in Co Kerry last weekend.
Another fully booked showhouse viewing took place at An Maolán at the weekend, and another two houses were sold. Even in the rain prospective buyers liked the look of An Maolán, the exclusive new development in Barna.
There has been nothing but good news on the new homes for sale in An Mhaolan, Barna. The booked out showhouse viewings at the weekend went smoothly with the patience of everyone involved, despite the restrictions. Edward Building Developments, together with Heskin auctioneers, was delighted with the interest shown over the weekend, with potential buyers saying, “We could be Barna residents by Halloween.” This week it is all go again with viewings by appointment only booking out fast. So far 17 new homes have been sold. Viewings are from 11am to 1pm on Saturday October 24, and those interested in booking a viewing can call Shane or Darren on 091 565 857.
Colleran auctioneers has just been favoured with the sale of this luxury detached home in one of Galway’s most exclusive and sought after locations. No 29 Hazelwood, Taylor's Hill, was completed in 1996 to a very high standard. The house comes with many extras and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.