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The announcement by Minister for Environment, Alan Kelly that he has sanctioned Mayo North East Leader Partnership to approve funding for four projects in the area, was welcomed by Government TDs this week. The three projects are: €301,499 to Comharchumann Forbartha Ionad Deirbhile Eachleim Teoranta to renovate Naomh Bhreandain Community Hall in Eachleim, Blacksod. €177,350 for the development of a commuity centre in Attymass. €167,635 for the completion of phase two of the Bonniconlon Community Centre, and €150,334 for the Swinford community recreation centre.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has said that the news that over €200,000 has been allocated for the development of an astro-turf pitch in Kilmovee will be warmly welcomed by the people of Kilmovee and its environs.
Mayo Fine Gael TD Michelle Mulherin has welcomed funding of €207,558 to the Fr Patrick Peyton Memorial Company Ltd in Attymass to construct an extension to the existing centre to accommodate a non-medical residential unit.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has stated that County Mayo will see the creation of a new transport co-ordination unit (TCU) for the provision of rural transport services in the county. The news comes as part of the continued overhaul of the Rural Transport Programme.
A resolution has been achieved and the reinstatement of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) in northeast Mayo will come on stream in the near future, it has been revealed. Fine Gael TD John O’Mahony told the Mayo Advertiser yesterday afternoon that Minister Phil Hogan has given the go ahead following the conclusion of an investigation into governance issues in the Mayo North East LEADER Partnership (MNELP) last year.
A call has been made for the reinstatement of the Rural Development Programme (RDP) in northeast Mayo which was suspended almost a year ago due to an investigation into governance issues within the Mayo North East Leader Partnership (MNELP).
As part of its spring 2012 programme of events Mayo Sports Partnership is to host a club development seminar for sports clubs/groups on Monday February 6 from 7pm to 10pm in the Breaffy GAA Centre, Castlebar. Keynote speaker on the evening will be Minister of State for Sport and Tourism Dep Michael Ring who will be joined on the night by local experts giving presentations on a number of pertinent topics including child protection in sport, generating income through better use of facilities, social media for beginner clubs, committee structures/roles, and volunteer recruitment strategies. Indeed as part of the proceedings Minister Ring will also locally launch the new Get Ireland Active website www.getirelandactive.ie which is a one stop shop for physical activity in the country.
It is unacceptable that more than 700 applicants for the Warmer Homes scheme are still waiting for the work to be carried out, according to Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh.
An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD, who launched Mayo’s first Drug and Alcohol Awareness Week, said that a “drink culture” Ireland was not the type of country anybody wanted.
The Western Region Drugs Task Force (WRDTF) has called for a total ban on the advertising of alcohol and the reduction, density and hours of operation for outlets selling alcohol.