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Road improvements on the N59, Newport to Mulranny road, were welcomed by Westport Electoral Area councillors at their meeting on Monday.
Westport area councillors noted their dismay at the state of roads in the area following the extreme cold weather.
There was disagreement among the elected members of the Belmullet electoral area committee and the planning section of Mayo County Council this week over the need for planning permission for a development in the area. The disagreement surrounded the application of John and Martina Cafferkey to retain an animal shelter, hardstanding, and an access road at Shragraddy, Bangor Erris, Ballina, Co Mayo.
Almost €19 million has been allowed to Mayo County Council in roads funding under the National Roads Allocation 2011.
The Mulranny to Newport road has been selected as one road to take part in a pilot scheme funded by the NRA as part of the low volume secondary road schemes.
From this week new mobile safety cameras are in operation throughout the county as part of a national Garda safety campaign.
This character filled property was formerly the parochial house in Rosscahill. Built circa 1874, this two storey partially refurbished home is set on a mature site with old outbuildings. The property offers purchasers the challenge to put their own stamp on a very interesting residence.
A footpath to border the heavy traffic passing through Mulranny village has been given funding commitment by the National Roads Authority, Belmullet area councillors were informed during the September monthly meeting.
The controversial N59 project which includes a bypass of Crossmolina looks like it will remain in limbo for some time to come. At the February meeting of the Ballina Electoral Area, the elected members agreed a route for the N59 from Ballina to Crossmolina and further on to the west of the county. However the route was not approved when it came to a full meeting of Mayo County Council, following a large volume of opposition from people in Crossmolina because it would bypass the town. By not approving the proposed route at the full council meeting, the members have sterilised the land around original five proposed routes which were put before the members. However even if they do this, it will still leave the project and the lands effected by this in limbo.
There have been fresh appeals for information in relation to an unidentified man whose body was discovered in a remote part of Connemara nearly four years ago.