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The MADRA charity shop in Westside will hold a special coffee afternoon on Saturday from 12 noon to 3pm.
Only one fine has been issued this year for dog fouling, a persistent problem which plagues Salthill prom, children’s playgrounds, and city parks, and a much tougher stance needs to be taken on this issue.
Dogs do not clean up after themselves so it is up to their owners to clean up after their pets, according to Labour city councillor Niall McNelis.
Blue and green bin collections in Mullingar and Athlone will now be on alternate weeks only from August 28 after a local firm’s ad hoc collections were stopped by 2009 legislation.
If you’re planning a summer clear-out at home you might like to know that all money raised in Brian’s Treasure Chest Charity Shop, Castle Street, Mullingar during the first week in August will be donated to LARCC. If you wish to make a donation of clothes, shoes, books, etc, to the shop please mention LARCC, and make sure to spread the word.
Seventy eight per cent of households in Mayo use refuse collection services, leaving 22 per cent unaccounted for. This figure, which related to the latest statistics of 2009, was revealed by Michael Joyce, senior engineer with Connaught Waste Management.
Councillor Harry Barrett, has called on people to use a dedicated hotline to report dumping and fly tipping around Castlebar as “the problem is escalating”.
Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne at the June meeting of Castlebar Town Council claimed that the rota for road sweeping in the town as advertised by the council is not being adhered to.
A new charity shop will open for business in Castlecomer this week, following the decision of the Irish Wheelchair Association to close its outlet in the town. The IWA shop closed its doors for the last time yesterday, Thursday, March 31.
Mrs Quin’s Charity Shop, which raises funds for the National Council for the Blind has moved to Garden Street.