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No surprise in council’s last budget

There were no surprises in the budget unanimously passed by Athlone’s local reps this week.

Hogan renews calls for action on Old Show Grounds

Sinn Féin councillor Paul Hogan has this week renewed calls for action to be taken by both the local authority and the owners of the Old Show Grounds. Cllr Hogan claims that the property, located near the Big Meadow, close to St Aloysius Cllege, is currently being used as a drugs den.

JobBridge teacher ad branded “exploitative”

A JobBridge ad for a primary school teacher in Athlone has been branded “exploitative” and “demeaning” by a local councillor.

Fire charge to be paid in all but exceptional circumstances

Athlone residents are being advised to check their insurance policies to ensure they are covered for the local authority fire service call-out charge.

Anti-social behaviour fails to deter councillors from demanding removal of Luan gates

Overwhelming protest from Athlone’s town councillors will see steel gates erected at the underpass at the Luan Gallery removed immediately.

HSE confirms removal of more services from St Vincent’s to regional hospitals

A local councillor has called the removal of the remaining orthopaedic, paediatric, and surgical services from Athlone as “devastating”.

Delight as 45 jobs are made safe after B&Q rescued from closure

The Athlone branch of troubled home improvement chain B&Q is to remain open, after a deal was made to secure improved lease terms.

Protesters locked out of public gallery at town council meeting

This month’s Athlone Town Council meeting saw the public gallery locked and no members of the public allowed in as protesters from Athlone’s newest political party the People’s Voice returned to make their presence felt.

B&Q problems blamed on upward-only rents

Last week’s shock announcement that the Athlone B&Q store faces closure is a direct result of the Government’s failure to tackle upward-only rents, according to local politicians.

Council congratulated on the taking over of housing estates - but still work to do

Athlone Town Council has been congratulated on its success in taking estates in charge, but there is more work to do.

 

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