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The first steps towards the conversion of the Aras an Mhuilinn building in Mullingar into a regional centre for Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann took place on Tuesday this week, when contracts for the refurbishment project were signed with Bam Builders.
The elected representatives, management, and staff of Westmeath County Council are delighted to announce the official opening of the latest community-led playground project at Coole, Co Westmeath, which was provided by the community in Coole with the assistance of Westmeath County Council under the Playground Provision Scheme 2007 - 2010.
Westmeath County Council is delighted to host a unique lunchtime Christmas concert on Tuesday December 8 at 1pm in the Atrium, County Buildings, Mullingar.
Westmeath County Council have announced they wish to commission a new public art feature for the entrance to Mullingar Town Park.
Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Fintan Cooney, used the occasion of the official switching on of the Christmas tree lights and the lunchtime Christmas concert on Tuesday December 8, to urge support for the poor and needy at home and abroad.
Assessment procedures for housing applicants, anti-social behaviour, and a homelessness action plan were among the features of the Housing Act 2009 discussed by councillors at Monday’s meeting of Westmeath County Council.
Cllr Colm Arthur has accused Fianna Fáil councillors of ‘nitpicking’ following Westmeath County Council’s budget meeting on Monday.
From January 2010, Westmeath County Council is embarking on a series of public consultation meetings for the new Westmeath Arts Plan 2010-2016, which is currently in draft stage.
A new public art feature has been commissioned by Westmeath local authorities for the entrance to Mullingar Town Park. The winning piece, entitled ‘Stream Spire’, will be produced by Mayo-based artist Cathal McCarthy. The series of stainless steel spheres will stand at 3.2 meters and are designed to float in the air like a weightless ribbon of water droplets, mirroring the nearby River Brosna.
Having replenished its salt stocks through deliveries on Monday and Wednesday this week, Westmeath County Council says it is continuing to apply grit to some 462 kilometres of major roads in the county as the prolonged spell of freezing weather continues.