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Led by calls from Cllr Paul Hogan, councillors voted to triple the council’s allocation towards RAPID projects, as they considered the town’s budget for 2013.
Around 80 people thronged Athlone’s Civic Offices to protest against Fine Gael councillor Mark Cooney’s motion that a state-owned artwork be removed from the Luan Gallery at this week’s Athlone Town Council meeting.
Around 80 of the State’s most vocal opponents gathered in Athlone last weekend in an effort to organise a unified front against the range of Government and EU initiatives to which they are opposed, but failed to do so on the day.
Athlone is in a very unique position spanning two counties, and town councillors are to make a submission to Minister Phil Hogan regarding the proposed Local Government Reform which would do away with Athlone Town Council.
The junior Minister for Defence has confirmed there will be no further changes to numbers stationed at Custume Barracks, Athlone.
Athlone Town Council has approved a new set of fire callout charges, which includes a new flat rate of €675 for fire incidents and a charge of €500 for chimney fires.
“Angry, frustrated, and embarrassed” Athlone councillors are still waiting to hear if their request to meet with the Taoiseach or Tánaiste over the barracks will be granted before the Dáil and the council break for their summer recess.
A running track, arboretum, and extra lighting are just some of the developments on the cards for Burgess Park in the coming year.
The planned opening for the refurbished Athlone Castle has been pushed back to August, it was revealed this week.
Athlone Town Councillor Paul Hogan has demanded clarity from the Fine Gael Minister for Defence regarding the future of Custume Barracks. The request comes in light of the confirmation that the Fine Gael-led administration will cut the brigade structure from three to two.