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Ballydonagh should be closed ‘within six months’

The Ballydonagh landfill site may not close for another six months, despite predictions last year that it should be closed by this March.

Cooney and Dolan join Fine Gael election team

Fine Gael general secretary, Tom Curran, has announced that Cllr Mark Cooney and Cllr John Dolan are to join the party’s local election team for Westmeath County Council in the Athlone Local Electoral Area.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

An exhausting weekend sees little changes

It was an exhausting weekend for anyone with an interest in politics. In Westmeath the two count centres at Mullingar and Athlone played host to many candidates and party members, as they dashed from north to south to ensure everything was running smoothly in county and town.

Sewage overflow will not be resolved by 2010 Euro Triathlon

Crucial works to prevent sewage overflow into the Shannon in times of heavy rainfall will not be completed until 2011 at the earliest, it has emerged.

€1.45m funding prompts clash over art gallery plans

News that funding of €1.45 million has been awarded to the town council towards the conversion of the Fr Matthew Hall into an art gallery sparked fresh debate this week on the merits of the project.

D-Day looms for one-way traffic system

The future of Athlone’s one-way system will be known in just a few days, when councillors hold a special meeting this Monday October 20 to decide on the fate of the town’s streets.

Athlone still to decide as county bin collection scrapped

Athlone’s town councillors are to make a decision at their November meeting on the future of the council’s involvement in the bin collection business, following the decision at county level to axe the service.

Town council fights back against IBAL litter criticism

In a week in which Athlone just managed to scrape into the top 30 in the Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) survey, the town council was serendipitously proactive at its first monthly meeting this week by adopting the latest draft litter management plan.

Some 60 skips of flood debris gives first idea of town’s anguish

Athlone has already received €353,000 to help with emergency flood relief, it was reported at the first meeting of the town council earlier this week, in an update on the situation given to the members by Barry Kehoe, the local director of services.

 

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