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Those who take advantage of purchasing a long stay parking disc for the two major town centre car parks in Castlebar, will potentially see their cost of parking increase in the near future.
The town of Ballina has benefited to the tune of €364,308,000 from capital investment in the town from both public and private investment over the past decade. The figures were given to the members of Ballina Town Council on Wednesday night by acting town manager Paul Benson in a presentation which had been requested at the previous month’s meeting by councillors.
Traders in Ballinrobe and Claremorris have joined forces to campaign for fairer car parking. The initiative by Ballinrobe BEO and Claremorris Chamber of Commerce is aiming for one hour of free parking on weekdays and free parking on Saturday.
Athlone Town Council is operating a lucrative paid parking system, with a profit of almost €240,000 in 2011, in spite of the news this week that 18 local authorities are losing money on their parking services.
From yesterday, Galway University Hospitals (GUH) has introduced a smoke free campus policy on National No Smoking Day which means that patients and visitors will no longer be allowed to smoke in areas near the entrance and must leave the grounds to do so.
The Galway County Council is one of many local authorities across the country that is losing more money than it is generating in the provision and enforcement of on-street parking, that is according to figures released this week.
Picture the scene. It will be like something from that film The Way Back, in which a bedraggled group of strangers make the remarkable journey from the gulags of Siberia all the way to India. It will be something akin to the famine memorial at the docks in Dublin, the desperation evident on the skin of the starved and the desperate.
GAA supporters from across Athlone and the extended areas of south Westmeath and south Roscommon will meet in Longford tomorrow as neighbouring clubs Garrycastle and St Brigid’s finally meet at the much anticipated All-Ireland club senior football championship semi-final.
The reduced car parking charges in car parks run by the Galway City Council, come into effect this Saturday.
Despite cuts across the board in the Galway City Council’s budget for 2012, councillors have decided to give local businesses and shoppers a lift in the New Year.