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Contract for €1.7 million Westside sports and recreational facilities formally signed

The formal signing of the contract for the €1.7 million Westside sports and recreational facilities is great news for the people of Westside and both St Michael’s and Corrib Rangers Club, according to city councillor Colette Connolly who welcomed the confirmation that Crawfords is the successful bidder.

Purchase of Galway Airport delayed as councils undertake feasibility study

The €1.1 million purchase of the Galway Airport site is likely to be delayed for a number of months while Galway City and County councils carry out a feasibility study.

Contract for €1.7 million Westside sports and recreational facilities formally signed

The formal signing of the contract for the €1.7 million Westside sports and recreational facilities is great news for the people of Westside and both St Michael’s and Corrib Rangers Club, according to city councillor Colette Connolly who welcomed the confirmation that Crawfords is the successful bidder.

Emigration, not job creation is behind drop in the live register figures says Burke

Emigration, not job creation is the cause of the recent drop in the live register figures, and claims of Galway Government TDs to the contrary is nothing but “PR and spin”.

Labour struggles to find candidates in east ward

Labour is struggling to find candidates to run in Galway City East for the 2014 Local Elections, although its ticket for the city’s other two wards have largely taken shape.

Barrett questions county councillors' commitment to jobs

Labour Party, Castlebar Town Councillor Harry Barrett has expressed serious concern at the lack of representation by county council members at a recent trade mission, this week, by a delegation from Ohio, USA. Barrett made his comments after learning that only the Cathaoirleach, Cllr Johnny O' Malley, and one other councillor, turned up to meet the trade delegation in Turlough House, despite the fact that all county councillors were invited to the event.

Fight against refuse privatisation to continue despite legal advice

Independent legal advice sought by city councillors attempting to prevent the privatisation of the household waste collection service has found that it is an executive function of the city manager that cannot be interfered with and that a resolution directing the service to be retained would contravene Section 140(10) of the local Government Act 2001.

Elected members should not be bullied, says councillor

Elected councillors attempting to halt the privatisation of refuse collection should not be bullied by officials, according to city councillor Colette Connolly.

Nolan demands Government pursue ‘people focused’ economy

A “people focused economy”, no longer is in thrall to “the old, corrupt model” of “speculation, elitism and golden circles” must form the core of future economic thinking in the State.

Councillor Barrett wants dog warden appointed

Castlebar councillor Harry Barrett has written to the county manager, Peter Hynes, asking him to appoint a replacement dog warden for the county. Cllr Barrett made his learnt that the county has no dog warden services at present as the current dog warden appointed is on extended leave.

 

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