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Septic tank charges questioned and alert issued on false inspectors

Members of Mayo County Council have questioned costs relating to the imposition of septic tank charges.

Septic tank charges questioned and alert issued on false inspectors

Members of Mayo County Council have questioned costs relating to the imposition of septic tank charges.

Sinn Fein welcomes rise in support

Mayo Sinn Fein councillor Rose Conway Walsh has welcomed the latest MRBI Poll showing Sinn Féin as the second most popular political party on 21 per cent.

Hopes that community fund will heal wounds in Cill Chomain

The granting of planning permission for the remaining part of the Corrib Gas project has been made subject to a condition by Mayo County Council that an €8.5 million Community Gain Investment fund be provided.

Applications still open for Community Gain Investment Fund

Mayo County Council are still formulating the final plans for the Community Gain Investment Fund of €8.5 million that was a condition of the last granting of planning permission for part of the Corrib gas pipeline.

Belmullet elderly housing plan gets go ahead after vote

A development consisting of three dwellings for elderly people and a commercial unit to be used by the St Vincent De Paul Society was given the go ahead at the October monthly meeting of Mayo County Council.

Manger emphasises that no guarantee can be given on retention of offices

County manager Peter Hynes has once again emphasised the fact that in the current economic climate no guarantee can be given on the retention of any area office in the county.

Loss of Gaeltacht jobs and services with closure of MFG

There was bad news for Gaeltacht regions in the county with the news on Thursday that Meitheal Forbartha na Gaeltachta (MFG) will close. The partnership company, which was involved in implementing Gaeltacht schemes and grants and has offices in both Achill and Belmullet, employs a number of people in the region. Meitheal Forbartha na Gaeltachta had been in existence for more than 20 years and played a key role in assisting many start-up organisations and companies in Gaeltacht regions in Mayo and across the country and employed 130 people nationally.

‘Polluter pays principle is not sustainable’ - Hynes

Mayo county manager Peter Hynes told the July meeting of the council this week that the polluter pays principle is not sustainable at the current time. Mr Hynes was responding to a question from Sinn Féin councillor Rose Conway Walsh about the possibility of any major project coming on stream in Mayo, such as the Belmullet sewerage scheme, with the expected reduction in the councils capital budget next year, and the polluter pays principle contribution the council would have to make.

County councillors fully supportive of Diaspora project

The elected members of Mayo County Council this week gave their full support to the Diaspora project being undertaken by the council.

 

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