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Community funding, grants, and investment must be prioritised and protected "as we build a resilient society and economy after Covid-19", especially as the crisis has put the greatest pressure "on our most vulnerable".
Creating specific hours during the day for "medically vulnerable people" to access public parks is "vital" in ensuring they can safely enjoy the outdoors and get exercise during the Covid-19 pandemic.
"Nobody should be evicted or impoverished as a result of the Coronavirus. Other European countries have placed an amnesty on rents while COVID-19 lasts and for the sake of our society we should do the same."
A mobility officer for Galway could oversee and co-ordinate the roll-out of a new, integrated, more efficient, and more sustainable modes of cycling, walking, and public transport in the city, that would benefit all Galwegians.
The Galway City Council has been accused of having “failed local Travellers by not providing the proper provision of housing,” by Social Democrats Galway City East councillor Owen Hanley.
The Galway City Council has been accused of having "failed local Travellers by not providing the proper provision of housing," by Social Democrats Galway City East councillor Owen Hanley.
Funding for organisations like AMACH LGBT+, a mass tree planting scheme, measure to tackle illegal dumping, and a significant increase for housing and homelessness services, have characterised the Galway City Council's budget for 2020.
A city councillor is encouraging the public to take part in #Gaeltober, an initiative for people to use Irish on social media and in their daily lives throughout the month of October.
New outdoor gym equipment is to be installed along Melody Field Park in Renmore, while the main park in Doughiska will also getting gym equipment and a new formal entrance with access for pedestrians and cyclists.
The decision by councillors not to lower the Local Property Tax rate in the city has come in for sharp criticism, but Monday's vote was defended by the Social Democrats' Owen Hanley, who said there were "reasons to increase LPT" in order to ensure the "State provides good services".