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‘Tree’ mast awaits second reprieve in October

 

Turlough children need a playground — Barrett

Residents in Turlough have raised the issue of a playground for local children at a community meeting this week, according to Cllr Harry Barrett. The Labour party local election candidate said this week that he was contacted after the meeting to request that the council provide a playground for local children. The meeting was told that there are some 120 children under the age of 12 within a two mile radius of the village, and currently they have no public play facility.

Dolan welcomes funding for footpaths in Moate

Local Election candidate and Fine Gael councillor John Dolan this week welcomed the allocation of €40,000 towards footpath repairs in Moate in 2014.

Councillor gets one over on opponent in road improvement lottery

A councillor engaged in some good-natured one-upmanship this week in the run-up to the Local Elections when he received a more favourable reply to a question than his opponent.

€2m roads programme introduced at second last ever meeting

Despite being consigned to history by June, the Kilbeggan Area Committee this week welcomed its final allocation of funds for road and footpath improvement in the district.

Kilbeggan school to get proper drop-off point

Traffic safety concerns and churned-up verges at the ad hoc drop-off point for the Mercy secondary school in Kilbeggan are to be a thing of the past after the council confirmed that work was to be done here over the summer.

Where are Galway’s Golden Miles?

The Mayor of Galway County Councillor Liam Carroll and the chairperson of Galway Rural Development Tom Madden presented the Golden Mile of Galway Awards and launched the Golden Mile 2014 calendar in the Claregalway Hotel with more than 200 people attending the launch.

Speed limit expansions extended to five more Westmeath villages

Road safety in five south Westmeath towns and villages is to benefit from an extension of the speed limit territories within each of them, it was revealed this week (October 25).

Blooms or vrooms? Kilbeggan square revamp adopted

The resolution of the casual trading bay conundrum for the square in Kilbeggan was finalised this week, despite the debate descending into a party-political spat about whether or not to scrap flower beds for additional parking.

Councillors not in favour of 'Del Boy' life of casual trading

There was a conflict of opinion between the executive and council members on the issue of casual trading at this week’s meeting of the Athlone Area committee.

 

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