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Although welcoming the announcement that the M17/18 Gort to Tuam motorway will go ahead, many county councillors have voiced serious objections to the news that the Claregalway bypass project has been abandoned, despite more than €750,000 being allocated to the project.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport Michael Ring has been informed by Minister for Health, James Reilly, that a planning application will be lodged with Westport Town Council in the coming days for the new Westport Primary Care Centre.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny held one of his biannual meetings with the Mayo Industries Group a couple of weeks ago to discuss road access to the county.
Construction has officially begun on the new Athlone Community College building.
The building of two new schools on the east side of the city may be in danger of being delayed by up to 20 years if a dispute over an access road is not resolved in the coming weeks.
More than one third of patients currently treated at University Hospital Galway could be cared for instead at Portiuncula and Roscommon hospitals, according to the HSE.
A new school building for Athlone Community College could be on the cards as early as 2012. The news follows the announcement this week that the school is among eight nationwide which are ready to be offered to the market under the Public Private Partnership.
Minister for Social Protection Éamon Ó Cuív has welcomed the announcement that plans for new primary and post-primary schools for Doughiska are to proceed to tendering.
The new road from Oranmore to Tuam will be a reality by 2010, it was announced this week. The tender process will start in early 2009 and construction will start within two years.
The construction of the new school building for Athlone Community College could provide much needed employment in the Athlone area, according to Deputy Mary O’Rourke.