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Eddie Wallace, who served as assistant manager to Keith Long, has been named as the new manager of Athlone Town.
The problem of people leaving their cars all day in one of Mullingar’s residential streets may have to be addressed by introducing parking permits.
Not a single fine was issued to a dog owner last year on foot of a dog fouling detection.
Mullingar’s townspeople are so frustrated with the delay in fixing public lights in the town, that one man has fixed one himself!
There was a lukewarm reception for Athlone mayor Gabrielle McFadden’s plans for a farmers market in the town during the All Ireland Drama Festival and a March Madness shopping weekend at the end of this month.
Mayo County Council's environment department will be reaching out to volunteer and community groups, both coastal and further inland, to help in the litter clean-up along the county's coastline.
Vote local was the call from a number of members of Ballina Town Council this week as the council prepared its final budget before the dissolution of town councils in the summer.
A new enterprise centre for Westport has been secured and should be operational at the beginning of 2014.
Ballina is moving closer to following the lead of the likes of Ennis and areas in Dublin city centre in attaining a purple flag award, which is an international award that recognises the excellence in managing town centres with a focus on the night-time economy. A briefing was held between Ballina Town Council and a number of traders earlier this week, with a follow up presentation by a member of the purple flag accreditation body to take place next week, before a number of delegates from the town will attend a conference in Ennis on the purple flag the following weekend.
Moy Valley Resources has won a tender competition for a three month contract valued at €10,000 (including VAT) to prepare a marketing and promotions plan for Ballina. The members of Ballina Town Council were informed of the news at the October monthly meeting of the authority this week, by town manager Paddy Mahon. There was some surprise among a number of councillors who had assumed that the council would appoint an individual to the post using funding they had set aside in their budget for this year.