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Community groups in Knocknacarra have until March 13 to submit proposals on how the Knocknacarra Community Centre should be managed, and a local councillor is appealing to the public to get involved.
FAI boss John Delaney is heading to the home of Knocknacarra Football Club on Sunday February 1 to view its ‘football for all’ programme.
With ‘application packs’ from the controversial organisation Irish Water arriving in houses across Galway, householders are being encouraged to boycott the letter and not pay the tax.
The deadline for community submissions for the operation of the Knocknacarra Community Centre has been extended to Friday September 5 at 4pm.
No 10 Dun Alainn is a spacious three bedroom, three bathroom duplex apartment located in well-maintained, landscaped grounds just off the Cappagh Road.
Concerns that the new €3.4 million Knocknacarra Community Centre will be taken over by a commercial operator have been allayed somewhat with community groups and local clubs now being given a six-week window to submit a business plan for the running and management of the facility.
THE LATEST addition to the city’s festival roster is the Galway Workshop Festival which takes place this Saturday and Sunday.
Moves which could potentially have led to the privatisation of the Knocknacarra Community Centre have been halted. A chance now exists for locals to put forward ideas on how the centre can be run.
An outspoken city councillor is threatening to “refuse to cooperate with the city manager” if he proceeds to privatise the Knocknacarra and Ballinfoile community centres.
Until a management structure for the Knocknacarra Community Centre is put in place to deal with opening times and staffing, the public will not “able to enjoy this facility”.