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The Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Councillor Michael Burke, has asked that people in the county “shop local” and “think local” this Christmas.
It is vital that the Dyke Road and Galway Cathedral car parks be upgraded and renovated to attract more business and generate more revenue for the Galway City Council.
The winter wonderland over most of the country was losing its gloss as the week progressed with school closurres, absent workers, transport difficulties, burst pipes, freezing homes, and long-stay interruptions to normal life making for a miserable time for many.
Amid all the economic gloom, there was one positive piece of news for Galway motorists as there will be no hike in charges in Galway City Council-operated car parks next year.
Local Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan has called on the council to implement Christmas park and ride facilities in the city to complement plans for a ‘winter wonderland’.
Galway business will not accept any increase or ‘hike’ in commercial rates in the upcoming local authority budgets, and is instead calling for a reduction of at least 10 per cent.
Retailers have welcomed a decision to return two-way traffic to Kilkenny’s High Street following a campaign highlighting the one-way system’s adverse effects on city centre businesses.
Local girl Hannah Kelly (21) from Shannonbridge, Ballinasloe was crowned the 2010 Carlton Shearwater Hotel Queen of the Fair in a glittering ceremony last week.
Kilkenny local authorities are to move ahead with plans to open the car park in County Hall to the public in an effort to boost commercial trade on John Street.
A Mayo lighting company has received a massive investment of €2.5 million from the ESB to help develop the company’s international profile and expand its customer base. SELC, which stands for superior electronic lighting controllers, is chaired and managed by award-winning entrepreneur Sean Noone who operates the business from a state-of-the-art purpose built high tech facility in the Udaras na Gaeltachta business park in Belmullet, where it currently employs 45 people.