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Small scale building works are to be carried out in 30 primary and secondary schools across Westmeath as part of the Summer Works Scheme 2009.
Local councillors have welcomed funding of over €1.6 million which has been allocated to Westmeath County Council towards private house grants for older people and people with a disability.
Cllr Ken Glynn has received definitive confirmation from Minister for Education Batt O’Keeffe and An Taoiseach Brian Cowen that the decentralisation of the Department of Education to Mullingar is to go ahead by means of a Public Private Partnership.
The Department of Defence has confirmed that it has no current plans to close Columb Barracks, Mullingar, in the wake of newspaper reports this week that it is one of three barracks being considered for closure.
The June sun is shining and summer is on the brink of arrival. Some would think the people of Mullingar would be in a state of near euphoria. However, up until very recently that was not the case in the Ardilaun estates on the C-Link road.
Westmeath County Council went painlessly through its own Lisbon-like mini-trauma last week with its simple adoption of the highly uninteresting draft strategic policy committee (SPC) scheme operational guidelines.
Residents and councillors in Mullingar town are furious and shocked that planning permission for a 24-hour processing plant for recyclates or oil to be turned into EN590 diesel fuel has been lodged with little apparent consultation.
Funding of €250,000 has been anounced for disadvantaged areas in Mullingar, just two weeks after the town was ear-marked for inclusion in the RAPID programme.