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Councillor gets one over on opponent in road improvement lottery

A councillor engaged in some good-natured one-upmanship this week in the run-up to the Local Elections when he received a more favourable reply to a question than his opponent.

€2m roads programme introduced at second last ever meeting

Despite being consigned to history by June, the Kilbeggan Area Committee this week welcomed its final allocation of funds for road and footpath improvement in the district.

Kilbeggan school to get proper drop-off point

Traffic safety concerns and churned-up verges at the ad hoc drop-off point for the Mercy secondary school in Kilbeggan are to be a thing of the past after the council confirmed that work was to be done here over the summer.

Speed limit expansions extended to five more Westmeath villages

Road safety in five south Westmeath towns and villages is to benefit from an extension of the speed limit territories within each of them, it was revealed this week (October 25).

Council to match funds for 10 citizen-funded road improvement projects across Westmeath

The first example of community involvement in public roads in Westmeath is to get the go-ahead after the council managed to secure an additional €892,000 in funding.

“Nuclear” playground finally gets go-ahead

Nimbyism and the first party-political spat of next year’s local elections dominated the meeting to decide the siting of the long-awaited playground for Tyrrellspass earlier this week.

Blooms or vrooms? Kilbeggan square revamp adopted

The resolution of the casual trading bay conundrum for the square in Kilbeggan was finalised this week, despite the debate descending into a party-political spat about whether or not to scrap flower beds for additional parking.

Dalystown “not likely” to be new village, meeting told

The possibility of Westmeath acquiring an additional village was aired recently at the bi-monthly meeting of the Kilbeggan Area committee when it was suggested that Dalystown might be the next qualifier.

£400,000 cash injection for Kilbeggan resurrects old tensions 

Kilbeggan residents received a rare bit of good news recently when it was announced the council is to spend €400,000 to upgrade the town’s sewage treatment plant.

€400k cash injection for Kilbeggan resurrects old tensions

Kilbeggan residents received a rare bit of good news recently when it was announced the council is to spend €400,000 to upgrade the town’s sewage treatment plant.

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