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Galway city councillors were given a chance to voice their opinions on the proposed routes of a new city bypass at this week’s local authority meeting, prompting one councillor to comment that he was sick of hearing about “butterflies, bog cotton, flowers, and trees”.
The cost of roadworks at Lough Atalia, due to begin in March, has risen to more than €2 million following the discovery of significant fuel contamination of the road under the Lough Atalia bridge.
Galway city councillors have called on the Government to release funding which will allow Galway’s arthouse cinema to finally open its doors.
Galway’s bid to become the European Capital of Culture in 2020 was raised at this weeks meeting of the Galway City Council.
Public confidence in the cleanliness and safety of the Galway drinking water supply has “gone totally” as the city faces into its second major water crisis in less than 18 months.
What is it about soccer and Galway politicians? Terryland is so full of them that Galway United’s home ground could nearly be regarded as the ‘second council chamber’!
On paper it looks straightforward. A long serving councillor, former mayor, and well known businessman should easily retain his seat while the running mate is there to mop up any transfers for him should they be needed.
Catherine Connolly, Donal Lyons, Niall Ó Brolcháin, and John Mulholland look set to retain their seats in Galway City West but there will be a major battle between Fianna Fáil, Labour, and Independents for the fifth seat.
Back over the past decade when the birds didn’t get the auld sniffles and when pigs never flu, there was an affliction that struck this country. It was called PNH1SG or to give it its full name Paddy Never Had It So Good. It was a contagious condition that spread like wildfire. It was a strain of the other virus AF1WSLE (Arragh Feck It We’ve Suffered Long Enough). It was a deadly ailment that spread in conditions of affluence — as such it was a sort of gout for the Nineties and Noughties.
Galway sports stars have rallied behind the Sports Aid collection which took place in Supermac’s, Eyre Square on Saturday.