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BIGbin, the pay-as-you-go waste disposal service with over 30 locations across Ireland has jiust opened a new location in Galway. Members of the public can come along to the new location at Circle K, Newcastle Rd, Galway City, H91 YKF3 which the first in Galway, and dispose of two standard black bags of rubbish for €8 or two bags of recycling for €5.
Lack of action on Emergency Department upgrade ‘shocking and unacceptable’
Mayo County Council has passed a motion submitted by independent councillor Mark Duffy calling for a seven-day bin collection service - at their June meeting this week.
Families living along regional roads should no longer be refused planning permission when seeking to build their own homes on their own family lands.
Independent Councillor Terry O’Flaherty has demanded answers from The Environmental Protection Agency, after she claimed an analysis of water quality test results showed that Ballyloughane Beach had needlessly suffered six years of swimming bans.
What were the councillors of the Ballina Municipal District talking about at their latest meeting?
Ballina councillor Mark Duffy has called on Mayo County Council to cover over an open section of a stream located at the green area of the Moyvale housing estate in the town.
Local Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, has expressed his anger and frustration with the large volume of waste materials which was illegally dumped on the road behind the ESB at Garrycastle in recent times.
ST PATRICK'S Day will be an online celebration this year. So as we have to do without the parade, the pageantry, and the festivities, we have asked a number of Galwegians to share their memories of St Patrick's Day parades from years gone by.
Independent councillor Johno O'Malley has called for an immediate programme to open water tables and to clean culverts in areas, to prevent further deterioration for roads in the county. Speaking at this month's Roads and Transport Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) meeting, Cllr O'Malley said: "We have roads that have been destroyed and will have more damage done again this year, because they are not on the programme and the weather has done a lot of damage to them. But there is a thing that is not happening that should be happening, the water tables are not being opened at all - roads that are flooded are just closed off completely and people are just chancing through them; and it is because, in some places, there are pipes and in others, there are none, or in some, there are pipes and they are buried and not working. I think a programme should be put in place immediately, that any place that needs water tables opened and drained, it should be done, because otherwise, the roads will decay all together, because you know it is the water that does the real damage." Head of Roads for Mayo County Council, Paul Dolan, told Cllr O'Malley: "There is a drainage grant of €1.33 million so each municipal district has drainage money, that is where they should be spending the drainage money, in opening the likes of the water tables and improving drains and culvert access. Each district has a drainage allocation, that is where it should be."