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A motion to erect bilingual signage in Mullingar’s housing estates sparked a heated exchange of words at Tuesday’s town council meeting, after cathaoirleach Cllr Ruth Illingworth questioned the local relevance of the names of some housing estates on the west side of Mullingar.
An average of 538 litres (118 gals) of drinking water per person is treated by Westmeath County Council from Lough Owel every day, it was revealed at this month’s meeting of the Mullingar Town Council (February 23).
Two major roads projects in Mullingar have received a boost to the tune of €4 million, as part of Government spending on regional and local roads announced this week.
A young mother has called on the local authority to provide CCTV cameras or a patrol person to watch over Mullingar’s newest children’s park after weeks of vandalism at the facility.
Mullingar West Community Council, which represents 12 housing estates in the town, has threatened to report anyone who attempts to start a bonfire in these areas during Halloween to the authorities.
Mullingar town councillor and Westmeath county councillor Ken Glynn launched his new website, www.kenglynn.ie, on Monday night with the aim of reaching out to all sectors of the community.
The decentralisation of the headquarters of the Department of Education and Science to Mullingar is to go ahead, in spite of the announcement during Tuesday’s Budget that a number of decentralisation projects are to be put on the back burner.
A set of bylaws to regulate the use of Westmeath’s lakeshore areas is to be considered by councillors and put on public display in the coming months.
Cllr Ken Glynn is calling on Westmeath County Council to investigate the possibility of providing additional parking near Mullingar fire station to accommodate the increased numbers using the car park near the Clonmore station.
A local Fianna Fáil councillor is vowing to continue his campaign against education cuts imposed by his own party.