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The topic of parking charges took up more than two hours of this week's Mayo County Council meeting — despite the fact the full council has no say in changing the status quo.
Mayo County Council is to roll out a new campaign to encourage dog owners to remember to clean up after their dog in public places.
Mayo County Council will need all the time up to the July 31 deadline given by An Bord Pleanála to supply further information in relation to the Cloongullane Bridge realignment scheme.
Mayo County Council will be rolling out its community hedge cutting fund again this year after a successful debut last year.
Mayo County Council hopes to raise an additional €503,000 from the implementation of parking charges in eight Mayo towns.
Politicians across the political divide in north Mayo have welcomed the news this week that Ardnaree Post Office will be kept open following the retirement of the postmaster.
Continuing the legacy of recent Brackloon Reunion activities, the committee presented a cheque of €200 to the Lohan Park Group Home and retirement village which operates the locally acclaimed Brickens Meals on Wheels service in the general Ballyhaunis and Claremorris district.
Last week John McHale (captain of Castlebar Golf Club) signed a contract with Dar Golf for the development of a reconfigured course east of the existing course at Rocklands in Castlebar. The new development became necessary when part of the existing course was included in the compulsory purchase order for the new Turlough to Westport road. As part of an agreement reached between the club and Mayo County Council additional lands were acquired for the club by the council.
The bright, warm and long evenings during the month of May are very much on the minds of choirs this month as the countdown to the choir entry deadline of Wednesday January 31 draws near. The organisers of the now well-established Mayo International Choral Festival have been inundated with inquiries for this May, with many returning choirs, which is most unusual considering that choirs tend to visit a different location each year.
The Hearth Project in Mayo — which brings art into the homes of older people who are isolated geographically or restricted for other reasons — has received funding from Healthy Ireland for 2018. Each participant is visited by a skilled artist who is experienced in working with older people. The artist travels to the home of the older person weekly and facilitates a one to one workshop there.