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Roscommon-Galway Fine Gael Senator, Aisling Dolan, has welcomed the allocation of funding towards the enhancement of business shopfronts in Ballinasloe, the relevant finance being afforded to the project by the local authority.
Property prices in Westmeath have fallen by €7,525 in Q1 2021, according to the latest MyHome.ie Property Report.
A five-year plan must be drawn up for improvement and upgrading works on footpaths, roads and drainage in Mervue, Shantalla, Bohermore, and Claddagh.
Senator for Roscommon-Galway, Aisling Dolan, recently hosted a successful public consultation meeting with Simon Harris, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, asking students and their parents for feedback on the Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) programme.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has criticised the logic of Bord Na Mona not being allowed to sell harvested peat to both the agriculture and horticulture sectors.
Cllr Richard Finn, Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council has implored People of Mayo to redouble their efforts during the Covid-19 battle.
The Athlone to Galway cycleway is to receive a funding boost of approximately €300,000, according to Fine Gael Senator for Roscommon-Galway Aisling Dolan, with the team developing the cycleway construction being located adjacent to the new library on Society Street, Ballinasloe.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has called for the provision of IT funding for agriculture students.
Local Fine Gael Councillor, John Dolan, has welcomed the recent work on the Muckenagh road.
Tomás Bán Concannon was born on Inis Meáin 150 years ago on November 16, 1870, the son of Páidin Concannon and Annie Faherty. He was called ‘bán’ because of his blond hair and to differentiate him from other neighbours of the same name. He was educated on the island and, unusually for an islander, in the Monastery School in Galway. When he was 15 his brother brought him to America where he went to a number of colleges and attended Eastman College in New York where he graduated with an MA in accountancy. He spent some time working in a business selling rubber stamps, then in his brother’s vineyard in California, and he later set up a business in Mexico. It was there he came across a journal called Gaodhal published by Conradh na Gaeilge in the US. So he learned to read and write in Irish in Mexico.