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Athlone Deputy Mayor welcomes decision to reopen Council offices

Athlone Deputy Mayor, Cllr Aengus O’Rourke, has welcomed the decision to reopen the Council office at the civic centre to the public.

Deputy Mayor calls upon local authority to enforce Council tenant regulations


24 of Ombudsman for Children’s Office complaints came from Mayo in 2020

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The Ombudsman for Children’s Office (OCO) received 24 – or two per cent of its total complaints – from Mayo in 2020, its Annual Report has revealed.

Farrell raises children’s respite services with Taoiseach

Speaking in the Dáil yesterday (Wednesday) Sinn Féin TD for Galway West/South Mayo Mairéad Farrell asked the Taoiseach to expand children’s respite services in the Galway area.

180 Galway complaints to Ombudsman last year

The Ombudsman received 180 complaints from people in Galway including 21 about Galway City Council and 38 about Galway County Council, according to the Ombudsman Annual Report 2020. Meanwhile, there were four complaints about the National University of Ireland Galway.

The Connacht Property Auction – summer auctions fast approaching

The Connacht Property Auction is now just four weeks away from its July auction which will be held on July 1. The auction will offer properties from across Connacht, and there is continued demand from buyers for family homes and investments in Galway, Mayo, Roscommon, Leitrim, and Sligo.

Calleary urges farmers to take part in Food Ombudsman consultation

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Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary is alerting farmers to the opening of a public consultation on the primary legislation needed to establish a new Office of a National Food Ombudsman or Regulator.

City Hall officials need to work more closely with councillors

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Insider has been a keen observer of activities in City Hall for two decades and, regardless of what the public think, it is always best for Galway when there is a good working relationship between the elected members and senior management.

Council receives commercial rates waiver support

Westmeath County Council has received a significant financial boost in recent times with a Government contribution of €5.5m afforded to the local authority to address the income vacuum incurred following the introduction of the commercial rates waiver in April of this year.

No public access to council meetings yet

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Members of the public will not be able to access Galway City Council meetings via online for the time being, a spokesperson for the local authority has confirmed.


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