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Council management asked to respond to Sunday newspaper story

Chief executive of Mayo County Council, Peter Hynes, responded to a query from Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway-Walsh about claims made of planning irregularities in an unnamed county in the Sunday Independent last week. Mr Hynes responded to the councillors query saying: “I am aware of the coverage in a national newspaper at the weekend. You will be aware that no county was named in that and it appears that it might refer to Mayo, but as of now, we have had no communication from any agency or authority. If we are communicated with, as always we will co-operate fully with any investigation that takes place to its conclusion.” He concluded by saying that he couldn’t comment any further.

Roadblock cleared on €l60 million infrastructure project

A major roadblock, which had threatened to delay and complicate the planned €160 million N5 Turlough to Westport project, has been removed.

Tech experts descend as big jobs drive launched

Mayo’s ambitions to market the county as one of Ireland’s leading locations for start-ups, particularly in the technology sphere, are in full flight this weekend.

Council’s budget to fall by seven per cent next year

Elected members of Mayo County Council are to meet on Monday to consider a draft budget of €127.5 million in spending for the county in 2015.

Council is being held to ransom by housing agency — Finn

By Colm Gannon

Council delegation picked to go for development plan talks

By Colm Gannon

Council's energy plans to be reviewed by SPC

Independent councillor Seamus Weir, who has been a leading adversary of the proposed GridWest project, brought forward a motion to the October meeting of Mayo County Council calling for the council to rescind its Wind Energy Strategy Plan and to review its Renewable Energy Strategy.

Ginty demands to know where town council’s money went

By Colm Gannon

Mayo Day to be launched in the US this weekend

The estimated 3.5 million people worldwide who have Mayo roots will get their own day to celebrate their Mayo heritage from next year on with the launch of the first ever Mayo Day.

Mayo County Council vote to lower LPT by three per cent

At last Monday’s meeting of Mayo County Council the elected members of the council voted to lower the local property tax by three per cent. The lowering of the rate will in 2015 save homeowners between €2.70 and €6.75 in total over the year, but will leave a hole in the council’s overall budget of €321,000 which must be met by the council’s own resources.


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