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Councillor Mike Crowe has this week reiterated his call for a large part of the city centre to be pedestrianised for the rest of the summer, saying that it is “time for a real change in Galway City and one that will bring a benefit to everyone.”
For the first time since 1961, Fianna Fáil looks set to run only two candidates in Galway West at the next General Election, expected to take place in spring of 2020.
St James’s GAA Club has received a grant of €19,000 from the Galway City Council towards renovation works at it’s Renmore clubhouse.
The morning is over and it is well into afternoon now. Already we are looking at changes in the city’s political landscape - and also at how some things remain the same.
Fifty candidates are competing for 18 seats across the city's three electoral wards, but in reality, only half that number can truly be considered contenders. While the city is not expected to make sweeping changes to the make-up of its local government representation, some new faces are likely to feature when the new council meets in June.
The Galway City Council has deferred a decision to grant a Part 8 application for a proposed development of 58 residential units at Ballybaan More, on the east side of the city, until May.
Local Salthill initiatives Salthill by the Sea - A year of Events on the Prom and Galway International Food and Craft Festival were the major local winners from the Galway City Council's 2019 marketing promotion fund.
There were heated exchanges at City Hall on Monday evening as it was announced that busking bye-laws would sent out for public consultation, discussed, and debated again.
The surviving mayors of Galway city have this week stated their committment to becoming ambassadors for the embattled Galway 2020 project. With less than 50 weeks until the city becomes the official European Capital of Culture, the group of mayors have promised to do all they can to ensure that the project is a resounding success.
If Micheál Martin wants to avoid becoming the first leader of Fianna Fáil not to become Taoiseach, then a second seat for his party in Galway West is key to avoiding this.