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Head shops always one step ahead, Castlebar JPC told

The Castlebar Joint Policing Committee was told this week that the head shops were always one step ahead of legislation, despite public concerns. Castlebar Mayor Cllr Michael Kilcoyne asked town engineer Sean Higgins what the current situation was in relation to proceedings taken by the council on the issue. Mr Higgins informed the meeting that the council was in the process of investigating the planning history of the two head shops in the town, and had sent a warning letter to one shop.

Over half Ballina road budget to be spent on improvement works

The 2010 road works programme for the Ballina area was welcomed by the members of Ballina Town Council this week.

St Patrick’s Day winners announced

The St Patrick’s Festival committee would like to thank everyone who participated in and supported this year’s festival. It was a great day, with fantastic weather that brought the streets of Athlone to life.

No change to Castlebar Town Council meeting time despite work to rule

The work to rule by members of the public sector saw Castlebar Town Council meet last week without a town engineer or assistant in his place. “Because of the industrial action neither the town engineer nor his assistant nor other members will be here,” town manager Seamus Granahan told the meeting. “I suggest that we would have our next meeting during working hours.”

Westport Town Council briefs

Odours on Altamont Street

Pub patrons facing traffic hazard

A local councillor has asked the town council to take an urgent look at a dangerous situation on Mill Lane, where the entrance to a public house opens directly onto a public road.

One-way plan for John’s Row moving closer to fruition

The announcement that John’s Row would become a one-way street on October 1 was criticised by Westport town councillors at their monthly meeting this week, saying that dialogue with residents needed to be sought before a final decision was made.

D-Day looms for one-way traffic system

The future of Athlone’s one-way system will be known in just a few days, when councillors hold a special meeting this Monday October 20 to decide on the fate of the town’s streets.

September start date confirmed for Ballina trial traffic plan

Ballina Town Council has confirmed a September starting date for new traffic plans for Ballina. Initially the town council and Mayo County Council hoped to begin the phased introduction of the proposals this summer, but a September starting date has been confirmed with all of the trial measures being introduced on a phased basis.

Council refuses to change Crescent traffic lights

The traffic lights at the Crescent junction are adequate for the flow of traffic going through them and do not need to be adjusted, according to Athlone’s town engineer Alan Kelly.

 

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