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City manager remains ‘steadfast’ to see return of seven day burial service

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he remains “steadfast to see the return” of the seven day burial service, however, due to staffing and budget issues it will take a number of months before the service returns.

City Manager has ‘no hesitation’ with positive 2014 Budget

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he will have “no hesitation” in recommending the adoption of the 2014 Budget which he describes as “positive” and one that will serve Galway well.

City manager has “no hesitation” in recommending positive 2014 Budget

Galway city manager Brendan McGrath has confirmed that he will have “no hesitation” in recommending the adoption of the 2014 Budget which he describes as “positive” and one that will serve Galway well.

Speeding cyclists a danger on Prom

Older residents in Salthill who enjoy leisurely strolls on the promenade are worried about speeding cyclists who they say are posing a danger to them by “weaving in and out” through pedestrians.

Council refuse service to be privatised?

City Hall has taken a temporary vow of silence over allegations from a leading city councillor that the local authority is to privatise its refuse service.

Government designation endorses development plan for Galway harbour

The Galway Harbour’s designation as a “port of regional significance” will be vital to paving the way for its major redevelopment into a hub for tourism and cruise liners.

City has second highest rate of payment of Household Charge

Galway city has the State’s second highest compliance rate with the controversial Household Charge, with three out of every four households having paid.

Council must charge rates on vacant premises says councillor

Charging rates on vacant premises would generate an additional €2 million in income each year for the Galway City Council and could lead to a rate reduction for all businesses of five per cent.

Galway city manager post could be abolished under new report

The post of Galway city manager could be abolished while the powers of the Tuam, Loughrea and Ballinasloe town councils could be greatly reduced if the recommendations of a new report are implemented fully.

Why is our city manager getting less pay than Limerick’s asks Ó Brolcháin

Why is the city manager Joe MacGrath paid the same salary as the Waterford city manager and a lower salary than the Limerick manager, when Galway has a larger size and population?

 

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