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With the prospect of a directly-elected mayor for Dublin still a possibility - Environment Minister Phil Hogan said there will be no plebiscite in May but the four Dublin councils can reconsider the issue after the Local Elections - Insider contemplates what such a role could bring to Galway city.
Athlone is unlikely to have a mayor from June this year.
South West Mayo Development Company (SWMDC) has won the National Rural Award 2014 for its work in sustaining rural communities in south and west Mayo. The National Rural Awards are in their ninth year and are organised by Irish Rural Link, the national group campaigning for sustainable rural communities. These awards recognise the hard work and dedication of community groups in improving and developing rural communities around the country.
People across Galway county and city will be going to the polls, to elect local councillors and MEPs, between 7am and 10pm on Friday May 23.
The public are being unnecessarily medicated with fluoride against their will, according to a local councillor.
The long hold up on the progress of the Shrule village enhancement scheme looks to have finally been resolved with the announcement of the sanctioning of €163,943 for the project. The enhancement scheme had been held up for more than a year over the funding issue after work had initially started. The new funding for the scheme will be given by South West Mayo Development Company following approval for the payment by the Minister for Environment, Phil Hogan. The project will be co-funded by Mayo County Council and the hold up in the scheme had seen a number of elected local officials expressing their upset.
The date for this year’s Local and European elections was confirmed this week by Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan as Friday May 23.
Minister for the Environment, Phil Hogan, and senior representatives of the Office of Public Works (OPW) have been called on to visit Galway as a matter of urgency and to meet with city councillors and officials to discuss concerns over the extensive damage caused by the recent storms and flooding.
Westport Town Council's Cllr Brendan Mulroy has called for the resignation of embattled environment Minister Phil Hogan.