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Mayo County Council has been given €3,349,500 from the National Transport Authority for the provision of sustainable transport projects in Mayo.
Head Up is an initiative that aims to improve and foster positive mental health through hiking excursions around Mayo.
Now winter is well and truly and the nights are drawing in, motorists need to be more aware of pedestrians and vulnerable road user.
Pedestrian crossings, new footpaths, as well as measures to tackle surface water flooding on the Coast Road, among other works, are on the cards for Oranmore.
Noting the dangers presented to pedestrians by cyclists who are regular users of footpaths as they make their journeys, Town Mayor, Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke, has noted an upsurge of complaints pertaining to this issue in recent times.
Addressing the monthly meeting of the Athlone-Moate Municipal District on Monday afternoon, local Fianna Fáil Councillor, Vincent McCormack, called upon the local authority executive to carry out an assessment of the footpaths in Rosemount with a view to carrying out necessary enhancement works at the earliest opportunity.
Galway has an opportunity to demonstrate social innovation and to use the assets it has, that is according to city councillor Martina O’Connor.
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, TD, announced that he has approved over €100,000 to invest in the enhancement of five walking trails (€20,000 each) in Mayo under Measure 1 of his Department’s Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme (2019).
If you are having difficulty sleeping, one of the first things to look at is your bedroom. You need the right environment to get a good night’s sleep. And that means a bedroom that is pleasant, inviting, and comfortable.
Cathaoirleach John Dolan had a very important job on his final day in office as Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach, presenting the first Green Dog Walker’s Champion award to Moate native, Luke Lynam.