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People in the Lisheenavalla, Caherlea, Claregalway, Montaigh, and Carnmore areas have waited too long for flood alleviation measures and works must start now.
Mayo Fianna Fail TD Beverley Flynn has been informed of the allocation of extra funding for the relief of flooding in the Newport area.
New guidelines issued by the Government for public contract procurement will make it easier for small to medium sized enterprises in Mayo to compete for government contracts.
Independent Deputy for Galway West, Noel Grealish has requested that Minister of State with responsibility for the OPW, Martin Mansergh appoint consultants to study the effect on the level of Lough Corrib and the River Clare, due to the opening and closing of the sluice gates at the Salmon Weir bridge.
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.
The collapse of parts of the Castlebar River bank has affected a number of business premises in the town and the matter has now been referred to the Office of Public Works for remedial work.
Galway County Council is to receive further funding of more than €900,000 which will be used to implement flooding mitigation measures, studies, and to address localised flooding problems.
The sixth annual Heinrich Böll Memorial Weekend will take place on Achill Island from April 30 to May 2.
Fianna Fáil members from throughout Co Galway will be gathering in the Clayton Hotel this Saturday for the Galway East/Galway West Fianna Fáil Conference.