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Hopes that problems at Kilconnell landfill will be resolved permanently

A controversial landfill site located between Loughrea and Ballinasloe is to be re-opened by the Galway County Council - but only so it can be closed permanently in future.

Probe after thousands of confidential farm documents found on Tuam roadside

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The Galway County Council and the Data Protection Commissioner are to launch investigations in to what is being described as “a very serious incident” where a large number of confidential documents from the Department of Agriculture were found dumped outside Tuam. The rubbish was discovered strewn along a large portion of the Athenry Road near Ballyglunin.

Councillors say the Galway County Council should not collect Irish Water debts

There was consternation among some councillors at this weeks meeting of the Galway County Council over reports that local authorities will be forced to collect debts on behalf of Irish Water.

Councillors support free parking across the county for the month of December

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’This is our time to stand up and deliver for small struggling businesses right across County Galway.’’ The words of Fine Gael councillor Jimmy McClearn who spoke passionately on behalf of the local business community at Monday’s meeting of the Galway county council.

Water supply on Aran islands at critical level

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Water levels in the reservoirs on the Aran islands of Inis Meáin and Inis Oírr are reaching critically low levels with locals fearful that supply will run out by the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Call for Galway Airport site to become major recreational facility

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County councillors have called for the future possibilities of the Galway Airport site at Carnmore to include a major recreational facility which would on par with those available in other cities.

Immediate action needed for Glenamaddy sewage hazard, says An Taisce

An Taisce has called for immediate action to be taken in relation to the “totally unacceptable health and environmental hazard” Glenamaddy where the town’s sewage is being piped into a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) turlough.

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Water metering surveys to begin in the county next week

Council basks in success of tackling water crisis

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“Team Galway” was the catchphrase being thrown around at the Galway County Council chamber on Monday evening.

New strategy set to improve Tuam waste treatment

Improvements are due to be made to the Tuam waste treatment services under the Sludge Management Plan, according to county councillor Seán Canney.

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