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Certain to garner much use, both locally and from a tourism perspective, construction of the bridge which will cross the River Shannon as the National Cycleway project progresses, is due to culminate in June 2023.
The erection of additional bicycle racks within the town of Moate was a motion for much discussion at the recent monthly meeting of Athlone Moate Municipal District.
Funding totalling €1.6 million has been announced this week for a number of active travel projects in Longford Westmeath. The grants, part of a €33 million tranche of funding nationwide, will go towards improving footpaths, cycleways, and accessibility to transport facilities.
I know that last week I struck a positive note, thinking that maybe we were out of the worst of the coronavirus.
Receiving full support for her motion calling upon Westmeath County Council to appoint a co-ordinator from within the local authority to liaise with the relevant authorities pertaining to ‘Make Way Day’ on September 25, Green Party Councillor, Hazel Smyth, noted the persistent need to champion the rights of persons with disabilities within the county.
A case of political pastures familiar was most evident within the surrounds of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District Chamber on Monday afternoon as Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke was elected Mayor.
Local Green Party Councillor, Louise Heavin, has been appointed to the role of Heritage spokesperson for the political party.
Following the decision taken by the Green Party to enter coalition Government talks with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil in recent days, local political representative, Cllr. Louise Heavin, spoke with the Athlone Advertiser this week, affording her views on the planned inter-party negotiations.
In a novel approach, Louise Heavin and Gary Cunningham of Cunningham Heavin Architects, are offering virtual home consultations in exchange for charity donations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The pertinent views of two local authority elected representatives allowed for a difference of opinion as the issue of livestock exports was discussed at a recent monthly meeting of the Athlone Moate Municipal District.