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Twelve Mayo projects have been included in the Built Heritage Scheme for 2021, announced by Minister of State Malcolm Noonan, as part of a €3m funding scheme for 477 built heritage projects provided by the Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage in association with the 31 Local Authorities
The 105th anniversary of the Easter Rising of 1916 will be commemorated online this year as last year by Galway Sinn Féin.
Fianna Fáil TD, Dara Calleary has received clarification that work around the erection on and maintenance of gravestones, is allowed under current restrictions. T
Ballina based Fianna Fáil TD, Dara Calleary has welcomed the announcement that Ballina will benefit from nearly €400,000 in Leader Funding.
Senator for Roscommon-Galway, Aisling Dolan, recently hosted a successful public consultation meeting with Simon Harris, Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, asking students and their parents for feedback on the Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) programme.
Louis O’Hara, who performed impressively in the 2020 election, has again been chosen to stand for Sinn Féin in Galway East at the next General Election.
Mayo Fianna Fáil TD Dara Calleary has welcomed funding totalling €3,233,916 to Mayo County Council for Housing Adaptation Grants for Older People and People with a Disability.
Dr Máire Geoghegan-Quinn has been appointed chairperson of Údarás na hOllscoile, the University’s Governing Authority. Dr Geoghegan-Quinn, a former government minister and European Commissioner for Research, Innovation and Science, was unanimously selected at the first formal meeting of the new Údarás.
Independent councillor Johno O'Malley has called for an immediate programme to open water tables and to clean culverts in areas, to prevent further deterioration for roads in the county. Speaking at this month's Roads and Transport Strategic Policy Committee (SPC) meeting, Cllr O'Malley said: "We have roads that have been destroyed and will have more damage done again this year, because they are not on the programme and the weather has done a lot of damage to them. But there is a thing that is not happening that should be happening, the water tables are not being opened at all - roads that are flooded are just closed off completely and people are just chancing through them; and it is because, in some places, there are pipes and in others, there are none, or in some, there are pipes and they are buried and not working. I think a programme should be put in place immediately, that any place that needs water tables opened and drained, it should be done, because otherwise, the roads will decay all together, because you know it is the water that does the real damage." Head of Roads for Mayo County Council, Paul Dolan, told Cllr O'Malley: "There is a drainage grant of €1.33 million so each municipal district has drainage money, that is where they should be spending the drainage money, in opening the likes of the water tables and improving drains and culvert access. Each district has a drainage allocation, that is where it should be."