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Councillors recall fond memories of Fintan

There was a palpable sense of loss among councillors at Monday’s county council meeting as they united in paying warm tributes to their former colleague Fintan Cooney, who passed away on Saturday, March 14.

Retail strategy to be reviewed after Minister rejects zoning


Mayor wins out over cathaoirleach


Labour office may change hands but won’t close

Rumours in Mullingar that the Labour constituency office on Bishopgate Street was going to close were quickly snuffed out this week by one of its oldest professional residents.

Hands off our roads budget - councillors

A proposal to cut the council’s roads budget by €125,000 has been met with strong opposition from councillors already frustrated with a lack of funding for road repairs.

Youngest ever Council chair hopes to bring “colour and hope”

At the age of 30, Westmeath’s new cathaoirleach, Fine Gael’s Cllr Peter Burke, is the youngest person ever to hold the office.

E-working Centre to open in September

The proposed E-working Centre in Mullingar took a step forward on Tuesday this week with a visit from Minister of State Alan Kelly and an update on the council’s plans for the centre.

Gaelscoil pupils help launch National Spring Clean

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Model and ambassador of An Taisce’s National Spring Clean campaign, Sarah McGovern, came to Gaelscoil an Choillin recently to kick off the annual event which runs throughout April.

Westmeath County Council are winners of Sustainable Environment Award

Westmeath County Council has scooped the Chambers Ireland award for its Eco-Friendly Schools competition, under the Sustainable Environment category.

Councillors rail against Roads Authority

The National Roads Authority came in for some heavy criticism this week from Mullingar councillors after it removed the picture of a caravan from a roadsign outside Tyrrellspass.

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