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A City Recovery Taskforce to help guide businesses, artists, and the wider community “as we enter the next phase” of the Covid-19 pandemic, must be established by the Galway City Council.
All schools in Galway city are to see increased safety markings and infrastructure, along with measures to encourage walking and cycling to school.
Cllr Owen Hanley believes a radical new approach to housing is needed in Ireland.
Waiving the fees for outdoor tables and chairs licences for Galway pubs, restaurants, and cafés will prove “meaningless for most businesses” unless additional space is acquired to allow for the social distancing which will still be mandatory during the summer.
The current membership of the Galway City Council started their term almost two years ago in a welter of controversy surrounding the forming of a political alliance to hold the balance of power (and positions) for the following five years.
The profits of multinational companies will be put ahead of the welfare of the State, its citizens, and the environment, if the Investment Court System is introduced by the Government this month.
Part VIII Planning and Development Regulations such as those for the City Museum will be available to view online after Cllr John Connolly proposed that they should be published on the Galway City Council website.
With public transport likely to be a "reduced option for many commuters for the foreseeable future", now is the time to reignite plans to develop a cycle lane for Salthill, along the area's iconic promenade.
In new figures released by the Rental Tenancy Board, renting in Galway now ranks at an average of €1,269 per month. This means that for the first time ever, Galway City rents are on average above Cork City which stands at €1,220 per month.
With the Department of Education seeking to identify a site on the east side of the city for a new secondary school, now is the time for City Hall to play it's part in marking such a school a reality.