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Green Bridge traffic has “gone beyond a joke”

The council is to ask the Gardaí to monitor traffic at Green Bridge, after receiving several complaints from councillors about the number of near misses and “persistent breaking of traffic lights” on the bridge.

No fracking proposals for Westmeath

In the light of growing discussion around the practice of ‘fracking’, Westmeath County Council confirmed this week that it is “not aware of any proposals which involve fracking in the Mullingar area”.

Ballyglass cemetery gates to remain closed

Attempts to have the gates of Ballyglass Cemetery left open for car access at weekends were shot down at Tuesday’s meeting of Mullingar Town Council.

No rate increase in Westport

The rate for Westport town remains unchanged following the town’s budget meeting which took place last Thursday evening.

'Ballina council fails to pass budget

Unlike their colleagues in Mayo County Council and Castlebar Town Council this week the elected members of Ballina Town Council failed to strike a budget at the annual budget meeting.

Westport councillor claims events on Reek are destroying it

Westport Fine Gael Councillor John O’Malley has criticised the number of activity events which are taking place on the Reek claiming it is “destroying the mountain” with the amount of stones falling from the excessive use.

Council pass anti social behaviour strategy

Mayo County Council passed its new Anti-Social Behaviour Strategy 2010-2014 at Monday’s meeting of the local authority. The policy was originally designed to be uniform county-wide, but both Ballina Town Council and Castlebar Town Council have made a number of changes to the policy to tailor them to their own needs.

Progress urged on skatepark and youth café

Mullingar councillors are being asked to come up with a potential location for a skatepark in the town.

‘Fuel poverty’ fears for Kilkenny families

With yet another cold winter forecast, ‘fuel poverty’ could become a very real problem for some Kilkenny households in the coming months.

Demand for housing in Kilkenny on the rise

Demand for local authority housing in Kilkenny has seen a steep rise in recent times, with a sharp surge in the number of people seeking a home in the city in particular.

 

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