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A delegation of residents living near a railway crossing at Kilnageer - between the villages of Breaffy and Belcarra - attended the June meeting of the Castlebar Municipal District of Mayo County Council this week to appeal to the councillors to support their calls for a full-time solution to the railway crossing - where a serious accident occurred between a train and car on Wednesday, April 29.
The first steps in the Realignment of the N26 project at Cloongullane Bridge, Swinford, have begun ahead of schedule, according to Mayo County Council.
The elected members of the Castlebar Municipal District have requested to meet Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) on site in Breaffy, to show them the necessity for a major reduction in the speed limit on the N60, that passes through the village.
The issue of dangerous junctions at entrances and exits along the N17 from Claremorris to Charlestown, was raised again at the April meeting of the Claremorris Municipal District.
Fianna Fáil based Achill councillor, Paul McNamara, has called on Mayo County Council to carry out a survey to assess the cost of repairing a 300 meter stretch of road along the R319 near Cashel in Achill.
This time last year large swathes of the county were under water with flooding in the south Mayo area particularly bad, the issue once again raised its head at the December meeting of Mayo County Council this week. The elected members were given a presentation by senior executive engineer Dave Mellett in regard to how the council should make a submission to the OPW on the Draft Flood Risk Management Plan for the Moy and Kilalla Bay and Erriff, Clew Bay, Blacksod, Broadhaven.
Irish Water, working in partnership with Galway County Council, reached a major milestone recently when the boil water notice at the Tir an Fhia Water Treatment Plant in Co Galway was lifted. An implementation group with experts from both Irish Water and Galway County Council was established to access the risk to the plant and develop a programme of necessary upgrade works to bring the plant back to compliant functionality and meet Irish Water best practice standards following the announcement of the boil water notice.