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The outpouring of raw emotion and sheer joy by the St Thomas players, the management team, and loyal supporters had to be seen to be believed after the final whistle in the Salthill Hotel Galway Senior Hurling Championshipfinal on Sunday at Pearse Stadium.
Ten thousand euro has been allocated to improve safety at the King’s Hill junction — a dangerous location where funding has been sought on many occasions by Westport area councillors Margaret Adams and Peter Flynn.
Westport is on track to become a world class model of an ‘ideal town’ after winning yet another major award this week of €5 million, having been selected as the number one Small Town in Ireland in the Smarter Travel sustainable transport awards.
The rate for Westport town remains unchanged following the town’s budget meeting which took place last Thursday evening.
Westport Fine Gael Councillor John O’Malley has criticised the number of activity events which are taking place on the Reek claiming it is “destroying the mountain” with the amount of stones falling from the excessive use.
A CPO in relation to works on the N59 Westport to Mulranny road is, according to director of services for the Westport area Joe Beirne, ready to be published. Tony McNulty from the roads design office also added that if the opportunity is lost by not publishing the CPO, “then we don’t know when the opportunity will present itself again”.
Westport area councillor John O’Malley has condemned the lack of works done on Glenhest roads, which “are in a terrible state” with potholes. During Monday’s electoral area meeting Cllr O’Malley commented that the whole Glenhest area seems to be “completely ignored”.
The members of the Belmullet Electoral Area Committee gave their go ahead for their section of improvement works to be carried out on the N59 low cost improvement scheme from Westport to Mulranny this week. The members were told it was vital they give the go-ahead to enable the councilsecure funding by the end of the year - failing which - there might be no funding for it next year.