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An open letter to Minister Gormley

Opposition slams delay in Western Rail Corridor

There has been widespread condemnation of the Government’s omission of the third stage of the Western Rail Corridor,from the newly announced capital investment programme, by opposition politicians in the county. The third stage of the corridor, which would link Claremorris to Tuam, was not included in the new capital investment programme which will run until 2016.

County council to be examined in planning law review

The Galway County Council is to take part in a major initiative a review of how planning laws and policy are being implemented.

Minister’s attempts to restrict turf-cutting must be resisted

IFA Connacht vice president and SAC project team chairman Padraic Divilly has called on the Minister for the Environment John Gormley to allow turf-cutting on designated raised bogs in advance of his submission of the interdepartmental report which is due shortly to be presented to the Cabinet.

IFA opposes Gormley’s turf-cutting restrictions

The Irish Farmers Association has warned that any interference with turf cutting on raised bogs will be “fiercely resisted” by farmers in rural areas across the country.

Galway to go for a blackout next week?

Could Galway be in for a blackout next week? The Minister for the Environment John Gormley certainly hopes so as he is calling on Galwegians to take part in Earth Hour 2010.

Grealish welcomes progress on Milltown and Claregalway sewerage schemes

Plans for the long awaited Claregalway and Milltown sewerage schemes are now at an advanced stage and construction is expected to start next year.

Grealish welcomes progress on Milltown and Claregalway sewerage schemes

Plans for the long awaited Claregalway and Milltown sewerage schemes are now at an advanced stage and construction is expected to start next year.

Cuddy demands Gormley ‘strengthen planning enforcement rules’

Breaches of planning law occur too often and then it takes too long before the local authorities can do something about it and this state of affairs needs to change.

Give back voting rights to Irish emigrants

A chara,

 

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