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A permanent cycleway can still be developed in Salthill providing other promenade users are also catered for, according to Independent Galway City West councillor, Donal Lyons.
Certain public areas of Galway city are under consideration as places where the consumption of alcohol will be permitted for the forthcoming ‘outdoor summer’.
The Galway City Council hopes to purchase mobile stages, festival flooring, and to improve facilities in public areas enabling multiple spaces become venues for events, festivals, and community activities.
The current membership of the Galway City Council started their term almost two years ago in a welter of controversy surrounding the forming of a political alliance to hold the balance of power (and positions) for the following five years.
One of the basic lessons from the pandemic is how interconnected we are - your mask protects me, mine protects you. Early outbreaks of Covid in meat-processing factories - where workers cannot practice social distancing - were exacerbated by the fact these low-income workers lack sick pay. Unable to afford to (willingly) forego wages, workers masked symptoms, hoped for the best, and clocked in, with disastrous results.
Galway City Council played Santa last week as they turned on the floodlights at Cappagh Park astro pitch which will enable children to use the facility for much longer than had been the case.
Galway city councillors passed a motion this week calling on the Government to bring forward legislation requiring all employers by law to make provision for sick leave.
The location of the new 140 person direct provision independent living complex has been criticised by city councillors.
The installation of eight lighting stands around the existing sports pitch located within Cappagh Park has moved a step closer after planning permission was granted by the Galway City Council at Leisureland on Monday evening.