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Noreen McKenzie has been busy this month. Apart from her day job as a Financial Advisor and as the newly-elected vice-president of Network Ireland, she has been looking ahead and checking out venues for next year’s Network conference which will be held in Galway.
Members of the public are being encouraged to make submissions in relation to the route options for the Galway to Athlone cycleway. Aisling Dolan, Senator for Roscommon-Galway is backing two routes of the five Corridor Options being circulated by the Galway to Athlone Project Team – the Green Route and the Blue Route. Both of those routes come close to Ballinasloe and will be going through Roscommon potentially along by the Shannon towards Shannonbridge.
The needs of UHG for urgent funding and a new emergency department must not be ignored in favour of the proposed new hospital in Merlin Park, which may take 20 years to see completion.
Professor Pat Nash, Saolta Group chief clinical director, told a briefing before Monday’s Galway City Council meeting that the pandemic has underlined ‘the need for better infrastructure’ in UHG.
Staff in University Hospital Galway were among those who received the first doses of the Pfizer BioNTech vaccine administered on Tuesday, with management immediately hailing it as a milestone event which will offer protection for staff and patients who come into contact with the deadly virus.
Minister of State for the Office of Public Works, Deputy Patrick O’Donovan, visited Athlone on Tuesday afternoon for a series of meetings and to view progress on flood alleviation works at a number of locations.
The team at Heskin auctioneers were very happy with the response to their recent showhouse viewing at Durabhán as a steady stream of potential purchasers attended to see these new architecturally designed A-rated homes in Roscam.
The Galway senior ladies take on Cork this Sunday in the All-Ireland semi-final with throw in at 1.30pm.
Continuing their quest for a cohesive and co-ordinated approach towards management of the River Shannon as flood waters detrimentally impact upon the lives of communities dwelling in close proximity to the waterway, representatives from the Save Our Shannon organisation are awaiting meeting confirmation with Minister of State with responsibility for OPW, Patrick O’Donovan, to enable discussion of pertinent issues relevant to their cause.