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The days of people congregating in public places outdoors and drinking in Ballinrobe and Claremorris could be coming to an end very soon. Mayo County Council will be putting bye-laws to regulate the consumption of alcohol in public places in both towns out for public consultation within the next two weeks. It is then hoped that these bye laws will be passed by the local electoral area committee and a full meeting of Mayo County Council by the end of the year, with the bye laws coming into effect early in 2012.
Win or lose next Sunday the Kilkenny senior hurling team will be given a Civic Reception on Monday night. The venue as usual will be the Market Yard car park where the team will be welcomed by the Mayor and members of the borough and county councils.
To facilitate the construction of the eagerly awaited new bridge there will be no vehicular access to Kilmacow Sports Complex from August 22 to September 17.
The time has finally arrived and competitors from across the country will flock to Kiltimagh, Co Mayo, on Saturday week July 16 to take part in the inaugural 40km Race2Glory multi-adventure race. Sign on for Race2Glory will take place in The Cill Aodain Court Hotel, on Friday July 15 between 6.30pm and 9pm and again on the Saturday between 9am and 11.30am. It is important that all competitors present themselves at registration as this is where they will receive their race number, map, and a Race2Glory Cooltex T-shirt. The race will commence at 1pm at Kiltimagh GAA Park.
Castlebar town manager Seamus Granahan told the June meeting of Castlebar Town Council there are a number of parking issues on the refurbished Main Street in the town still to be finalised in the coming weeks. He said he was looking at bringing draft bye laws in relation to taxi ranks before the members in the near future.
Close to 15,000 visitors descended on Cillín Hill for the 2011 Sheep and Wool Festival, making it one of the most successful Sheep Shearing and Wool Handling Championships ever.
A full review of parking in Mullingar, both paid and in estates, is to be carried out by the council “hopefully within the next few weeks”, it was revealed this week (May 26) in reply to queries on the vexed issue from at least four councillors.
Westport town councillors have voted against the introduction of on-street car parking charges, from April to October, which means that the €150,000 revenue needed to “balance the books” for the 2011 budget needs to be culled from expenditure.
More than 30 reports of thefts from shops and more than 25 reports of thefts from motor vehicles were reported to Galway gardai in the two-week run-up to Christmas last year.