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Traders in Ballinrobe and Claremorris have joined forces to campaign for fairer car parking. The initiative by Ballinrobe BEO and Claremorris Chamber of Commerce is aiming for one hour of free parking on weekdays and free parking on Saturday.
The manager of a hotel was convicted at Castlebar District Court this week for littering after advertising flyers for the hotel were found placed on a windscreen of a car in Castlebar.
A 27-year-old man who didn’t pay for parking as he popped into his family’s pub, was convicted and fined at Castlebar District Court this week.
Mullingar District Court’s judge has described traffic management in the town as chaos.
A Balla woman was convicted and fined a total of €400 at Castlebar District Court this week for not paying two parking tickets.
At the monthly meeting of Castlebar Town Council last week, Fine Gael councillor Noreen Heston raised the issue of why the traffic lights in Newtown were out of order for so long. Cllr Heston told the meeting: “It is an important issue, I know it’s a county council matter, but the lights were left out of order for a very long time and there were a number of accidents there. There should have been a member of the Gardaí or a traffic warden placed at the lights because it was very dangerous.” Cllr Heston said that she had been in contact with the gardaí about the issue and was told that it was a matter of resources that they couldn not post someone there all the time, while the council said it was a similar issue for them.
Westmeath County Council continues to pursue those who flout parking regulations by bringing them before the court.
Bye-laws for Murrisk car park were proposed and seconded at the Westport electoral area planning meeting this week, with pay and display to come into effect in the summer months.
A one-hour parking system will come into effect in Louisburgh next month along the main business thoroughfare in the town—Bridge Street. The parking system, which will be introduced for a trial period, was supported by committee members of the Westport electoral area this week.
Business people in the city are to benefit from a fifteen minutes grace period when they park their car on the street following a decision by the council this week.