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Westmeath County Council, as part of its Anti-Litter initiatives, has once again established seasonal amenity warden patrols for 2022.
Following a recent call out for participants for the newest Local Live Performance Scheme (LLPPS) – part IIII, Westmeath Arts Office is delighted to report that Event Organisers have once again come to the fore to offer a wide range of artistic performances to the Westmeath audience this Autumn.
Complementing political family tradition, Fainna Fáil Councillor, Aengus O’Rourke, was elected to serve the role Westmeath County Council Cathaoirleach at the local authority’s AGM this week.
The Cathaoirleach of Westmeath County Council, Cllr Frankie Keena, has welcomed approval for an Address of Recognition to be awarded to the Athlone based Medtronic which this year is celebrating 40 years of operation in the town.
National pride to the fore as local community embraces prevalent positive Croi na hÉireann Festival atmosphere
National pride was most evident this past weekend as the local community united in full support of the five day Croi na hÉireann Festival which culminated in a well attended St Patrick’s Day parade on Sunday afternoon.
A book of condolence remains open in the Athlone civic centre as members of the local public continue to express their grief following the murder of the County Offaly native last week.
His elected representative replacement soon to be formally confirmed, former Independent Councillor, Jamie Moran, made known his decision to depart the Westmeath County Council Chamber on his facebook page this past weekend.
The multi-annual restoration improvement programme 2022-2024 which was recently approved by the members of Athlone-Moate Municipal District is estimated to cost in the region of €9.3M over the three year period.
Westmeath County Council officially launched the new Visit Westmeath Tourism and Heritage App in recent times.
Westmeath County Council has released a mini-documentary to mark the centenary of the burning of Moydrum Castle, one of the key events of the closing stages of the Irish War of Independence in Westmeath.