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Social Democrats nominate Alan Curran for vacant city council seat
The Galway West branch of the Social Democrats held a meeting in Renmore on Monday, February 27, to select a candidate to be nominated for co-option for a vacant council seat on Galway City Council.
Co-option expected after shock resignation by Hanley
A co-option to Galway City Council by the Social Democrats seems imminent following the decision yesterday of its first ever city councillor to resign.
Criticism as An Taibhdhearc/Fibín receives just a tenth of what it sought in city council arts grant
A number of councillors have criticised the decision to only award An Taibhdhearc/Fibín €2,000 in the Galway City Council’s arts grants allocation.
Reform needed to enhance potential of credit unions, says Hanley
Cllr Owen Hanley says Government reform is needed to enhance the potential of credit unions.
Meeting in city tonight to discuss a vision for Galway
Cllr Owen Hanley is hosting a meeting tonight (Thursday) on the draft City Development Plan 2023-2029 which is currently on public consultation.
Rent review vital to ‘support tenants through cost of living crisis’, says Hanley
Social housing rents must be reviewed in the light of the current “cost of living crisis”, especially as the Galway City Council has the power to do this.
Hanley calls on the public to help shape the future of the city
The public has a chance to shape the future of the city by making its views known on how it wants the sites of the Corrib Great Southern Hotel, Dawn Dairies, and Connacht Laundry to be developed.
Why cyclists now doubt councillors intentions over Salthill Cycleway
Cycling enthusiasts are sick. Reading last week’s extensive coverage of the Salthill Cycleway issue in the Galway Advertiser caused our stomachs to drop as we read how the opinions of some of the elected councillors on the proposal have changed.
Scrap daily charge For cancer patients, says Hanley
Cancer patients should be focused on just one thing – getting better, but the inpatient costs, which can rise to €800 a year, are not doing anything to help that and must be scrapped.
City will need 4,433 houses built by end of the decade
Galway city will need 4,433 houses by 2028, and of these 1,575 will need to be social housing and 903 will have to be affordable housing, if the city is to seriously tackle the growing local authority waiting list.