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Athlone Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has called upon the Government to inject further stimulus into the economy, noting the need for further grant initiatives as the local business community strives to recover from the detrimental impact of COVID-19.
A new President has been announced at the Athlone Chamber of Commerce following the appointment of local businessman, Alan Shaw, to the prominent position.
A local businessman has expressed his immense ire pertaining to a wildlife incident which resulted in the deaths of a duck at Coosan Point in recent times.
While affording cautious welcome to the raft of business support measures announced by the Government to aid the posy-COVID-19 economic recovery, local businessman and prominent Fianna Fáil Councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, noting the detrimental impact of the virus from a professional perspective, stated the mechanisms introduced are not sufficient.
Harbouring ambitions of attaining a seat within Seanad Éireann, Fianna Fáil Councillor, will realise his nomination fate following the voting process conclusion on March 23.
There is nothing like the image of a turf fire to carry you through the wilds of winter in search of solace. Driving through Connemara last Friday night, the twilight mountains turning to dark, the moon reflecting off the glasslike lakes painting the vistas between Recess and Clifden a wonderful mixture of blue and black, I longed to arrive at my destination and to feel the heat of orange flames on my face, to lay down my weary self, and to give myself over to hosts tasked with reenergising me with fine food, fine wines, and a hearty welcome.
Making vast strides with regards to the cleanliness of the town, Athlone has been recognised for its due efforts in this regard, once again achieving second place in the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) report, the rankings for which have been released.
As a housing crisis abounds in Athlone, local election aspirant Fianna Fáil Councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, has spoken of the need to adopt a more pro-active, if not aggressive, approach which he notes could go a long way to resolving the present residential property shortage.
With the local elections less than five months away, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke notes that four major national issues continue to dominate the public mindset, similar to those that prevailed on the canvass in 2014.
Making vast strides with regards to the cleanliness of the town, Athlone has been recognised for its due efforts in this regard, achieving second place in the Irish Business Against Litter (IBAL) report, the rankings for which have been released.