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Mayo County Council is on the lookout for a new chief executive after Peter Hynes announced he would be retiring this week.
Mayo County Council chief executive Peter Hynes has urged the county to 'stay safe but stay strong.'
Mayo County Council expects a contact tracing centre located in its headquarters in Áras an Contae to be called into operation next week.
This year, Mayo Day, the day that is unique to the county, will go ahead on Saturday, May 2.
At the instigation of Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy, a Covid-19 Community Response Forum has been put in place for each county and will be co-ordinated by the Local Authority in each case.
In the ongoing response to COVID-19, and following the Government directive and guidance from the HSE, Mayo County Council has taken a number of actions over recent days which affect delivery of some of their services.
A project to provide free public Wi-Fi hotspots in a number of locations across Mayo is progressing, with work on connections starting in the coming weeks.
Plans were announced last Friday for a significant redevelopment project which will see €10m invested in Ballina Town Centre. The project will involve input and investment by both public and private sectors and will include:
This year’s Manchester Irish Festival website has once again teamed up with the Mayo County Council Diaspora website www.mayo.ie to help promote this years’ 2020 Mayo Day - a global celebration of all things Mayo-related and scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 2, all over the world.
Mayo County Council is hoping for a clean sweep at the 2020 Local Authorities Members Association (LAMA) Awards, with six projects nominated across a range of categories.