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Irish Water has announced details of its metering roll-out in Mayo which will see the first water meter installations commence in Castlebar in the week commencing October 21.
Mayo County Manager Peter Hynes has expressed his gratitude for the 27,424 septic tank registrations that have been received in the county. Mr Hynes has also welcomed the announcement by Minister Phil Hogan on the provision of grant assistance for householders whose septic tanks are deemed to require remediation following inspection under the EPA’s National Inspection Plan.
Fáilte Ireland has announced the establishment of Fáilte West, its new tourism development forum for the region. This announcement comes as the group met for their inaugural meeting at the Clayton Hotel, Ballybrit, Galway last week. Fáilte West will be responsible for spearheading and overseeing a three-year development agenda for tourism in the region with the active support of the Fáilte Ireland organisation.
The new County Manager for Mayo, Mr Peter Hynes, takes up his role from today, (May 14), replacing outgoing Mayo County Manager, Mr Des Mahon. Mr Mahon, who held the position for 19 years and who retired last November, has been represented by Mr Joe Beirne as Acting County Manager for the last six months.
More words have been written and spoken on Ireland West Airport Knock than any other Irish airport. Everyone has a tale to tell, a memory to recall, an opinion to offer — and all with the same gusto that characterised the man behind the ‘people’s airport’, Monsignor James Horan.