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Compliments for Mayo Abbey as sewage scheme progresses

At last week’s Mayo County Council meeting the issue of Mayo Abbey proposed new sewage scheme was discussed in accordance with part 8 of the Local Government (Planning and Development) Regulations 2001. This followed submissions received from Inland Fisheries Ireland.

Request for draft of Knock Area Plan

Independent Claremorris Councillor, Richard Finn, has submitted a motion requesting “That Mayo Co. Council proceed immediately with the drafting of a new area plan for Knock together with parking and traffic By-Laws”.

Councillors’ have ‘moral and civic duty’ to travel on study trips

In the process of praising the success of the Great Western Greenway at the LAMA awards last weekend, Fianna Fáil councillor Al McDonnell told Monday’s Mayo County Council meeting that people should bear in mind that the idea for the Greenway came about from two study trips the councillors made to the Lake District in England and to Scotland.

Motorised street sweeping needed in Claremorris

The absence of motorised street sweeping in Claremorris was queried by local councillor Richard Finn, speaking at the December meeting of the Claremorris Area committee.

Holy row in council over closure of Vatican embassy

A war of words erupted at the November meeting of Mayo County Council over the decision by the Government to close the Vatican embassy. Independent councillor Frank Durcan said: “I’m ashamed to be from Castlebar and that a Castlebar man had the final say in closing it. It’s a shame.”

Derelict site owners forced into action following council orders

There are up to 18 buildings in Ballinrobe town on the Derelict Sites register according to local councillor Damien Ryan.

Mayo County Council received strong opposition this week to a proposal to reduce the sittings of the Claremorris electoral area committee meetings from every month to bi-monthly. One local councillor

Rural towns in Mayo are on their knees but none more so than those with pay and display parking bye-laws.

Proposal to halve number of Claremorris area meetings attracts strong opposition

Mayo County Council received strong opposition this week to a proposal to reduce the sittings of the Claremorris electoral area committee meetings from every month to bi-monthly. One local councillor even went so far as to accuse the council of snubbing the area.

Councillor calls for pedestrian access for Ard Clar estate

Local independent councillor Richard Finn has called on the council to include in the 2012 budget, funding for the upgrade of the access from the town centre railway bridge to Ard Clar Estate.

Progress being made on Traveller parking issue in Knock

Consultations have taken place between Mayo County Council and the National Traveller Consultation Group over the issue of Travellers parking in Knock during the summer Novena season.

 

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