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Mulranny will represent Ireland this year in the village section of the Entente Florale Competition, a European wide international horticultural competition established to recognise municipalities and villages in Europe for excellence in horticultural displays.
After many years of delay and frustration, it seems that the way is being finally cleared for the replacement of Glenisland Bridge on the main road from Castlebar to Erris, according to Castlebar based Fianna Fail councillor, Martin McLoughlin.
Mayo County Council is going green with the purchase of two Citroen Berlingos replacing old petrol and diesel vehicles. The first of a fleet of new electric council vehicles was launched on Wednesday, January 30, by the Chief Executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, at Aras an Chontae, Castlebar.
Councillors in the West Mayo Municipal District have called for some works to be done at Barley Hill, between Newport and Westport, before a life is lost on the road there.
Motorists are being advised to pay attention to new speed limit signage erected on Mayo roads. Changes have been made to speed limits throughout Mayo with a view to improving road safety.
There was a backlash from the elected members of the West Mayo Municipal District at its monthly meeting this week, following a proposal that councillors ring fence some of their allocation from the General Municipal Allocation (GMA) to provide match funding for capital projects in the area.
Calls were made this week for Mayo County Council to engage with NAMA over the condition of Market Lane in Westport. The laneway, which links the Mill Street car park in the town with Bridge Street, has been the scene of a number of trips and falls by members of the public, it was alleged, at the January meeting of the West Mayo Municipal District.
The eighth Mayo International Choral Festival will take place in May of this year and preparations are now in full swing after the closing date for entries was marked on January 31 this week.
With the number of flu cases expected to rise in the coming weeks, Mayo County Council road safety officer Noel Gibbons has called on people to think road safety.
Independent Ballina Cllr Gerry Ginty is demanding answers from Mayo County Council as to why they have built a footpath on front on a proposed new development on the Behy Road in the town - when construction of the said footpath is a condition of the planning permission to the developer of the project .