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FF Euro candidate out of touch with constituency

This week Athlone town councillor Paul Hogan has said that Fianna Fáil’s Liam Aylward is out of touch with his constituency as hundreds of posters were erected around Athlone and the county erroneously.

Unions fight to save Athlone DHL jobs

Union representatives have presented cost-cutting proposals to DHL in an effort to prevent 320 job losses in the company’s branches nationwide, including 20 in Athlone.

Summer bed closures at Mullingar Hospital not unusual says HSE

The HSE has said that the closure of 16 beds at the Midlands Regional Hospital in Mullingar is a routine procedure during the summer months. In a statement, it said that the demand for services reduces over the summer period “where patients take summer holidays and hospitals historically effect bed closures during that period”.

Residents praised for progress on Willow Park plan

Tribute was paid to the residents and homeowners of Willow Park by councillors this week, amid discussion on the progress of plans to regenerate the area.

Waiver scheme withdrawal "ill-conceived"

Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Hogan has slammed the elected representatives of Athlone Town Council claiming it was a “bad day for local democracy” and that the concerns of the people regarding the complete privatisation and abandonment of the bin service were not represented by members of Athlone Town Council.

Commercial rates should not be increased - Hogan

Sinn Féin councillor Paul Hogan has called on Athlone Town Council not to increase commercial rates in the upcoming budget for 2010. The call comes as many businesses in Athlone are feeling the pinch of the current economic climate, he says.

Christmas Bonus cut will take €5m out of local economy - Hogan

The decision by the Government to abolish the Christmas Bonus payment for 24,935 social welfare recipients in Westmeath will result in a loss of over €5m in shopping power to the county in the run-up to the Christmas period, it was claimed by Sinn Féin Councillor Paul Hogan this week.

Town council fights back against IBAL litter criticism

In a week in which Athlone just managed to scrape into the top 30 in the Irish Businesses Against Litter (IBAL) survey, the town council was serendipitously proactive at its first monthly meeting this week by adopting the latest draft litter management plan.

Latest freeze good news for traders in Athlone as rates stay put

There will be some new year’s cheer for the 777 ratepayers of Athlone with the news this week that there will be no increase in rates for 2010.

 

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