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Fianna Fáil councillor Damien Ryan has called for more returns to be seen on the roads from the velocity patchers owned by Mayo County Council. The Ballinrobe-based councillor welcomed the news that Mayo County Council was in the process of finalising the purchase of a fourth velocity patcher for the county - but he told the April meeting of the council, 'we should be seeing more return from those machines on the road'.
Dr Máire Geoghegan-Quinn has been appointed chairperson of Údarás na hOllscoile, the University’s Governing Authority. Dr Geoghegan-Quinn, a former government minister and European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, was unanimously selected at the first formal meeting of the new Údarás.
Due to the Covid-19 level 5 announcement, Mayo County Council would like to advise members of the public of some changes taking effect.
Independent Galway West TD, Catherine Connolly, regarded as one of the most outstanding performers in the current Dáil, will seek election as Leas-Cheann Comhairle today.
For the Labour Party to describe the Dáil meeting as "non-essential" is "deeply troubling", when holding the Government to account is "vital" given the "extraordinary emergency legislation" passed in the last two weeks.
Fine Gael Cllr Peter Flynn has called for action to be taken to improve the footpaths around Westport town. Speaking at the West Mayo Municipal District February meeting this week, he said: "It has been something that has bothered me since I came back on to this council in June last year and I am talking about the main thoroughfares. What has really brought it to a head in the last few months has been the Quay Road - probably the busiest footpath outside the town centre. It links the Quay and the town and is used by visitors and locals alike.
Roscommon/Galway Deputy, Denis Naughten, has confirmed his intention to attain the role of Ceann Comhairle of the 33rd Dáil.
He's used to excelling on the football field, but for Alan Dillon, Saturday week will be a whole new ball game.
Town Mayor, Cllr. Frankie Keena, has welcomed Fianna Fail’s continued commitment to the Defence Forces cause detailed within the political party’s General Election manifesto.