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Mullingar’s Cllr Ken Glynn is encouraging local food businesses to apply for funding under the Innovation Voucher scheme announced recently for small companies in the food sector.
Cllr Aidan Davitt is calling on Westmeath County Council to consider the roll out of a ‘Buy Westmeath scheme’ to encourage people to shop locally. The initiative would be an extension of the existing Mullingar Chamber voucher scheme.
Cllr Ken Glynn has welcomed the launch of the Incremental Purchase Scheme, which came into effect this week.
A project to promote walking and cycling routes around Mullingar is to receive a windfall of almost a quarter of a million euros.
A local councillor has criticised the reluctance of a housing estate developer in Mullingar to attend to a recently issued enforcement order to maintain the green areas in the Ardleigh and Ardilaun estates as agreed.
Almost €46,000 has been allocated to nine voluntary and community groups in Westmeath which provide a range of counselling services and supports. The funding was announced by Minister for Social and Family Affairs, Éamon Ó Cuív, on Friday.
Over €800,000 in grants has been allocated to Westmeath County Council for the improvement of the county’s rural water schemes.
Local councillors have welcomed the announcement of building improvements for Westmeath schools under the 2010 Summer Works Scheme.
There have been renewed requests for a path and pedestrian access to be provided at the front of Ardilaun Heights in Mullingar, close to the pedestrian crossing on the C-Link road.
Steps were taken at this week’s town council meeting to prevent the outbreak of a ‘bins war’ across the county, after Mullingar’s mayor raised concern over the question of the ownership of domestic bins.