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Paddy has a digger. And his father had a digger before him. His grandfather had a digger too. The great-grandfather didn't have a digger cos it hadn't been invented but he told everyone who knew him that he'd have had a digger if the man who made the diggers had been born before him and not 50 years after.
Although welcoming the announcement that the M17/18 Gort to Tuam motorway will go ahead, many county councillors have voiced serious objections to the news that the Claregalway bypass project has been abandoned, despite more than €750,000 being allocated to the project.
Protecting infrastructure such as the Tuam to Athenry railway line is one step in ensuring that future investment and development in the west is not put at risk, that is according to the majority of county councillors who fiercely disagreed with suggestions that hopes of one day reopening the line should be abandoned and a greenway put in its place.
A Galway East TD has rubbished claims that the development of the much-awaited Gort to Tuam motorway will not go ahead and branded the rumours as “not well founded”.
There was good news for Mayo this week in the Government’s €2 billion stimulus package which included two Primary Care Centres for Mayo.
Galway is to gain about 5,000 jobs in the construction and related services sector over the next three years as a result of the initiatives announced on Tuesday as part of the Government Stimulus.
The Ban Balfour Beatty Consortium has been chosen as the preferred tender for the Gort to Tuam PPP motorway. Construction will begin in the New Year for completion by the end of 2014.
The new road from Oranmore to Tuam will be a reality by 2010, it was announced this week. The tender process will start in early 2009 and construction will start within two years.