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It was not a day when our local politicians covered themselves in glory. A debate on where some elected members of the Galway County Council would sit in the newly refurbished council chamber was succinctly summed up by Republican Sinn Féin representative, Tomas O Curraoin, who labelled the whole matter a joke, and likened the behaviour of some councillors to small children. "If kids were in junior infants, they would be arguing about where they were sitting," he said
Showing his appreciation for the faith that the voters in Athenry and Oranmore have shown in him, Fianna Fáil’s Malachy Noone promises to work hard and return what they have done for him.
Galway gardai attending scenes of accidents involving stray horses are currently being left to deal with the potentially dangerous animals without the services of specialised contractors, a meeting of the County Galway Joint Policing Committee was told this week.
Fianna Fáil Claregalway councillor Malachy Noone will be joined by Martina Kinane and Cathal Moran on the party’s election ticket in the new Athenry-Oranmore ward.
Claregalway National School is currently taking part in its third European Comenius Project, joined by schools in France, Poland, Germany, Hungary, Turkey, and Romania.
The new Oranmore Draft Area Plan is going on display later this month in the Oranmore Library, the Lackagh Area Office and County Buildings, Prospect Hill.
Fianna Fáil TD Frank Fahey has called on his party colleague Éamon Ó Cuív and former Government colleague Noel Grealish to “stop raising false hopes” among those whose homes were flooded in 2009.
Work is to start within ten weeks on the widening of the bridge at Claregalway as part of the €6 million campaign to address the flooding problems along the River Clare which forced hundreds of householders from their homes last winter.
Variable message signs alerting drivers to their speed will be erected at Cregmore Cross next week, according to Dep Frank Fahey.
When Cllr Mary Hoade chose to run in the Tuam ward, the race was on to find her replacement in Oranmore, a race made all the more urgent by a confident Fine Gael and resurgent Labour.