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Connolly threatens non-co-operation with city manager over community centres

An outspoken city councillor is threatening to “refuse to cooperate with the city manager” if he proceeds to privatise the Knocknacarra and Ballinfoile community centres.

Council denies claims by Cameron over unused bins

City Hall is not refusing to collect unused bins from customers who have moved to other refuse providers, despite claims to the contrary.

Councillors change tack after opposition to Merlin Park QBC grows

Councillors are anxious to remove plans for a quality bus corridor through Merlin Park Woods, which they had previously approved in two city development plans, as opposition to the measure gathers pace.

Conneely demands that council publishes Quirke Road safety report

An independent safety report on the Seamus Quirke Road must be “immediately published” as it highlights 18 separate safety concerns.

Monalee tennis court to be closed off

Closing the tennis courts at Monalee in Knocknacarra is not an attack on sport and recreational facilities, but a way of counteracting anti-social behaviour in the area.

City must get behind Connacht for sake of the team and local economy

The city should be decked in Connacht flags and the Connacht Rugby colours of green and white, with the public, city businesses, and the Galway City Council doing all they can to support the team in the run up to their European cup match against Toulon.

Lead problem has spread to Taylor’s Hill, claims Mayor

The drinking water supply of a house in Taylor’s Hill has been discovered to have excess levels of lead and last evening the Mayor of Galway Padraig Conneely expressed fears that the lead contamination problem may now be more widespread than was feared.


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