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A stretch of the N52 south of Mullingar between Belvedere and Tyrellspass is to be closed for a month from Monday (November 5), the county council annnounced this week.
Starting young is the most effective way to improve safety on our county’s roads, according to Westmeath’s road safety officer.
Councillors have rejected a proposal by Westmeath County Council to relocate a junction at Macetown north of Mullingar, on the grounds that the work is unnecessary and that the money would be better spent on realigning other sections of the N52 road.
Fourteen suspended sentences, €6,550 in fines, and €400 in charitable donations were the orders handed down by Judge Olann Kelleher arising out of the Grange feud incident of May 2008 which happened just weeks before the infamous Dalton Park riot.
After 25 years of debate and negotiation, the improvement of the final stretch of the troublesome and dangerous Delvin road (N52) was given the green light by the county council this week; however, it is expected the €5m project could take another two years to complete.
Water service in the Gaybrook/Miltownpass area is set for improvements in the near future after it was revealed this week Westmeath County Council has applied to itself to build a 1,000 cu. m resevoir extension in the townland.
Some 37 witnesses and 35 defendants will be before the court if a special sitting is arranged to deal with an incident involving Nevin, Dinnegan, and McDonagh family members.
Mullingar’s Superintendent John Gantly has indicated he is not hopeful of peace between feuding Traveller families as long as fair fights are used to solve disputes.
Leas-cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Dan McCarthy, opened the N52 Rathconnell Re-alignment scheme on Monday.
Thirty members of the Travelling community appeared in court in Mullingar, all of whom had been summonsed in relation to an incident at Grange Lawns in May of this year.