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Cllr Ken Glynn is calling on the council to carry out a road safety audit of the junction at Rathgowan Park and Rathgowan Wood, as he says residents are very concerned about their children’s safety in the area.
There are concerns locally that an EU proposal on tobacco products will put 120 jobs at risk in Mullingar.
A new partnership model is being proposed for Robinstown as a way of advancing plans for a sports complex for the area.
Councillors have approved the taking in charge by the council of a further 10 housing estates in the county, bringing to 63 the total number of estates taken over by the council since 2010.
Westmeath County Council will not be sending a letter to Defence Minister Alan Shatter, expressing a vote of no-confidence in him.
“More of the same old rubbish” is how one councillor described a letter sent by the IDA to Mullingar councillors last week.
Mullingar’s parking bylaws are once again to go on public display after councillors pressed ahead with increasing on-street parking from the current one-hour maximum to two hours.
Dog littering is a county-wide problem which needs to be addressed both by making bins available and through education and enforcement, according to councillors who discussed the problem this week.
Mullingar councillors are calling on the Government to reverse their decision to close the Irish Embassy in the Vatican.
Councillors were effusive in their praise of county librarian Mary Farrell, who is to take early retirement from the council after 17 years at the helm of the county’s library services.