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The substantial cost of renovating Galway County Council’s public chamber was raised again at this week’s local authority meeting. It is estimated the work which is currently under way at County Buildings will cost in the region of €450,000. It had initially been estimated that the extension and upgrade works would cost substantially less at around €200,000.
There will be some new faces at County Hall for the next five years including first time Fine Gael candidate Joe Byrne who was elected in the eighth and final count for the Loughrea electoral area.
Independent county councillor Michael Fahy, a native of Ardrahan, is urging a permanent solution be found to flooding in County Galway.
Galway county councillors have given their approval for the local authority to take the lead in progressing the Galway City Outer Bypass warning that the lack of such vital infrastructure was putting the city and county back 50 years in development.
A 30-year-old man has been sent forward for trial to the next sitting of Galway Circuit Criminal Court charged with one count of sexual assault.
A 22-year-old Galway man accused of assaulting and raping a woman has been sent forward for trial to the Central Criminal Court.
A 28-year-old man accused of stealing more than €17,000 from a city centre cafe has been sent forward for trial for the three counts of theft and it is expected that he will also face trial in relation to a false imprisonment incident at another dining establishment.
A 30-year-old woman has been sent forward for trial at the Central Criminal Court for the murder of a man in Galway city last year.
A conviction against Galway County Councillor Michael Fahy for obtaining €7,000 from the local authority by false pretences was quashed by the Court of Criminal Appeal earlier this week.
A 23-year-old Co Galway man has been returned for trial to the present sittings of the Central Criminal Court charged with the alleged rape of a woman in the city centre less than five months ago.