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The Government’s confirmation that Ireland’s ‘wet pubs’ can open on September 21 is a welcome announcement but restrictions on punters sitting at pub counters need to be relaxed, that is the assessment of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Galway county chairman, Joe Sheridan.
The latest announcement by the Government to delay the reopening of pubs has been criticised by the Galway chairman of the Vintners Federation of Ireland (VFI) Cllr Joe Sheridan.
"Zero funding" for two major health facilities for County Galway - which require €32 million to be built - have been allocated this year, and funding for the projects in 2021 looks uncertain.
Requirements of applicants seeking a loan under the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan scheme should be relaxed (RIHL) according to Tuam area councillor Karey McHugh Farag.
A number of Galway county councillors have criticised the inaccuracy of the current updating system of the county’s election register.
An article written by one of Ireland’s leading economists, Colm McCarthy, has added weight to the argument that the Quiet Man Greenway is more beneficial than the reopening of the rail line in Tuam, according to a Galway County Councillor.
Galway county councillors have spoken out against the size of loan applied by the council for the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Scheme.
A Galway county councillor has described the decision taken by the Galway County Council to reject a proposal to conduct a feasibility study on the potential of a greenway between Athenry and Milltown as “soul destroying”.
It is "delusional" to believe the rail line from Athenry to Sligo will ever return according to Tuam area councillor Peter Roche, who made the statement after a public meeting took place in Athenry on Tuesday night to discuss proposals for a greenway.
The Galway County Council stood for a minute’s applause for the late director of services transportation, marine, and general services, Liam Gavin at County Hall on Monday.