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City Hall has condemned accusations by Fine Gael councillor Pádraig Conneely that there has been a “cover up” over the minor explosion which caused City Hall to be closed for a number of days in June.
Rahoon, Dangan Knocknacarra, Renmore, Ballyloughan Road, and Doughiska have all been identified as possible sites for garden allotments in the city.
City council staff and incident response teams have been working around the clock to repair the damage caused by last Friday’s explosion, to minimise disruption to the public, and to continue with local authority business and services. It is now hoped that most of City Hall will be operational by next Monday.
Many households are being deprived of the refuse waiver because of the Galway City Council’s “rigid enforcement of the financial limits”.
Galway City Council could be without a manager for up to six months once the current incumbent Joe MacGrath leaves to take up his new position as North Tipperary County Manager.
Urgent improvement works are needed at the stretch of the Ballymoneen Road adjacent to the Western Distributor Road as it “poses a serious threat” to the safety of local residents.
Any attempts by City Hall to introduce water charges on the people of Galway city will be met with resistance and opposition, Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh has warned.
A new system to pay rates may have to be introduced as City Hall is still owed €11 million in rates from last year, according to Fine Gael councillor Brian Walsh.
Why is the city manager Joe MacGrath paid the same salary as the Waterford city manager and a lower salary than the Limerick manager, when Galway has a larger size and population?
An Taibhdhearc must be refurbished and re-opened as it is “ludicrous” for Galway, which is seeking official status as the Bi-lingual Capital of Ireland, to have the National Irish Theatre closed for three years.