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Keena confirms additional needs class is due to open this month in Athlone Community College
Fianna Fáil Councillor, Frankie Keena, has lauded the work of the Autism Parents Athlone group following confirmation that an additional needs class will open in Athlone Community College on February 20.
Keena requests local authority to assess log cabin/modular homes thoughts
Speaking during this week’s Athlone-Moate Municipal District meeting, Cllr Frankie Keena raised a motion requesting Westmeath County Council to vary the County Development Plan and allow for the provision of log cabin/modular homes in gardens subject to certain conditions.
Keena expresses his disappointment as Friary Church Athlone formally confirms closure in January 2023
“Heartbreaking” and “ devastating” were the words used this week by Cllr Frankie Keena to describe the permanent closure of the Friary in Athlone.
Failte Ireland respond to Councillor Keena call by announcing 10-year-plan for Hidden Heartlands
Fáilte Ireland have responded to a recent call for them to outline their future plans for the Hidden Heartlands brand by underlining their commitment to developing the region’s tourism push over the next decade.
Privilege of being county’s ‘first citizen’ a true ‘honour’ for Keena
Outgoing Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, Cllr Frankie Keena, noted his “honour” at being elected as the county’s ‘first citizen’, as he passed on the Mayor’s chain to Cllr Aengus O’Rourke following his term of office at the recent AGM of the local authority.
Keena calls for Fáilte Ireland representative to outline future plans for Hidden Heartlands
Addressing the most recent sitting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District, Cllr Frankie Keena called upon the council executive to invite a representative from Failte Ireland to address a future meeting and explain their short to medium term strategy for increasing the market share of tourists visiting Athlone and the wider Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands region.
Book of condolence remains open for Ashling Murphy surrounds of Athlone civic centre
A book of condolence remains open in the Athlone civic centre as members of the local public continue to express their grief following the murder of the County Offaly native last week.
Keena welcomes new five-year plan for rural areas
Cllr Frankie Keena has this week welcomed the publication of Our Rural Future, a five year plan published by the Government which aims to revitalise rural communities in the wake of Covid-19.
Mount Temple community group launch promotional heritage video
The Mount Temple Holy Trinity Graveyard Group launched its third heritage video in recent times to coincide with National Heritage Week 2020 and to date it has received over 2.3k views on numerous social platforms.
Keena welcomes major land acquisition by IDA
Cllr Frankie Keena has warmly welcomed the news that the IDA has recently purchased c22.74 hectares (56.2 acres) of undeveloped lands in Athlone for future industry. The acquisition forms part of the organisation’s objective to fund the development of property and infrastructure in the region which supports the requirements of mobile Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), Cllr Keena stated.