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At the annual presentation made by the general manager of the Westport Leisure Centre, town councillors praised the facilities, staff, and management of the leisure centre and urged the public to use the impressive facility.
Westport Electoral Area councillors have congratulated the community in Murrisk on its recent win in the Pride of Place Competition, with director of services Joe Beirne commending the work carried out by the development association in Murrisk.
The Belmullet Electoral Area committee meeting was informed this week that paving works are to commence next week in Newport, with traffic diversions to be put in place around the town.
Extra machinery to clear snow and extra salt storage have been accrued with NRA funding in order to deal with the possibility of severe winter weather in the county, according to director of services Joe Beirne.
New developments in the Westport area could be slapped with a €4,800 levy per unit for water services if the supplementary development contribution scheme is implemented.
Westport electoral councillors voiced their concern about the need to trim the hedges along the roads in the Westport area, as according to Councillor John O’Malley, it is a “thorny issue” with the public “as the roads are in a terrible state”.
A plan for winter maintenance has been developed by Mayo County Council in order to ensure that areas in the county are prepared to deal with the possibility of severe winter weather, according to director of services for the Westport area, Joe Beirne.
The enhancement and refurbishment of Rosmoney Pier, from funds raised by the sailing club, was discussed at the Westport Electoral Area meeting on Monday last.
Mayo County Council is gearing up to face potential disruption on the roads across the county in the coming months. At the roads and transportation strategic policy committee meeting this week in Belmullet, the local authority laid out its plan of action for the coming winter months. The cold snap that ground parts of the country to a halt last year cost Mayo County Council €1.8 million in total to deal with, the majority of the money going on the national primary and secondary road network.
A memorandum from the Department of Transport on what local authorities can spend the grants they get from the Department on could lead to Mayo County Council having to lay off staff, a meeting of the roads and transportation strategic policy committee was told this week.