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Council should be able to hire local solicitors

A Mullingar councillor has hit out at Westmeath County Council for failing to employ local solicitors.

Locals abroad should have the vote, says councillor

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A Mullingar councillor who has two sons in Canada says it’s not good enough that Irish people living abroad cannot vote in local and national elections.

No room for venture capitalists in housing programme

Venture capitalists should be invited to build houses in partnership with county councils according to a Mullingar councillor who is calling for lateral thinking to deal with the housing problem in Westmeath.

Fuel rebate scheme should benefit small businesses

A Mullingar councillor is calling on Westmeath County Council to support small local businesses by campaigning to have the fuel rebate scheme extended to small business owners and self-employed people.

Rental Accommodation Scheme explosion in sight, says councillor

Council tenants on the Rental Accommodation Scheme (RAS) will find themselves out on the street when landlords decide to sell their houses, a Mullingar councillor has warned.

Councillor proposes adoption of technology to bypass his own job

On the day the abolition of town councils was to be discussed by the Cabinet, a Mullingar councillor suggested adopting a piece of technology that could speed up the council’s own demise.

Cut politicians’ pay, urges Mullingar councillor

A Mullingar councillor is calling on all TDs and councillors to take a cut in both their salaries and expenses, to set an example to the constituents they represent.

Call to lower speed limit at Tallyho

A Mullingar councillor is calling on Westmeath County Council to reduce the speed limit at Tallyho, off the N52, from 80kph down to 50kph.

Third level grant seekers should apply now to beat the rush

Third level students who are looking for grants for the forthcoming academic year have been advised by Fianna Fail’s Cllr Aidan Davitt to send in their applications as soon as possible.

Yo-yo councillor pulls a u-turn

Mullingar councillor Pat Whelan, who resigned from the town council last month in the hope of having his eldest son Graham (19) co-opted into his place, has now changed his mind but still looks unlikely to stand in the elections in June.

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